30 day blog challenge – day 20
Here is some stream of consciousness:
I was about to go to bed. I am still sleeping at my parents’ house even though snowpacolypse is over and my apartment is no longer freezing but my cats are still here. Anyway, I was about to go to bed when I remembered I never posted my blog for the day. So I grabbed my phone so I wouldn’t have to get out of bed and walk upstairs to the computer.
It surprises me that more blogs were not like this over my 30 day chalenge.
Listening to the sounds of the rain in my old room, I remember what it was like to be a teenager. It’s funny. Back then, I think I assumed by age 28, I’d be living in some bohemian apartment in New York with bohemian friends, writing songs and novels and plays. I got it all right except the location, a fact I don’t regret. Here, my bohemian apartment can be much larger than it would be up there. The parenthesis buttons don’t seem to be working, and this is forcing me to re-think things. I use a lot of parenthesis.
This blog may have seemed pointless, but it wasn’t. I am always talking about how the most important thing for writers to do is WRITE and sometimes that means typing a stream of consciousness blog on your phone with no fancy photo to make it look cool and no parenthesis either just because you said you would post one blog a day for 30 days and damnit, writers make commitments and promises and keep them.
should that have been parentheses? they are plural. i am on my phone, forgive me – even the capitalization has gone now.
well. there you go. now everyone knows what “stream of consciousness” is like and i can go to bed. goodnight, fellow writers!