hope you understand when i choose to pass Spendius
and hand Farmerman's journal back to him.
Endy--Ill look for the book that youve posted. Youre right, maybe a thread on the subject would be better for all of us. I kinda blew my stack at spendi, and hes not the problem. I see that the mods had wisely removed my tantrum. I hope I didnt scare the kids.
Meanwhile, Im onto about 120 pages of the journal and Its in 12 point Senatorial, single spaced. Fortunately, should I decide to review any sections (which Ive done) I can jump back and forth into the little modules of Word. Ive noticed that there is one really glaring glue of continuity that Id really never given much thought , until I started to write this way.
I kinda blew my stack at spendi, and hes not the problem. I see that the mods had wisely removed my tantrum. I hope I didnt scare the kids.
Well I hope the mods didn't remove the tantrum on my account. I love watching a good tantrum. I don't bother until they start shooting real lead. Even that is a bit distant if you don't get hit.
When Philip Larkin was dying he said that his task now was not to frighten the nurses. He's my kind of poet.
I know I didn't want to talk about the drink the other day- but thanks, for the help. It was just good to hear from someone right then.
That tip you gave me, btw
- I think it ...
A journal of one's life is a fabulous idea. Most people who start them usually maintain them for about a week, and sporadicly for another month thereafter.
Hey, that sounds about how my New Year's resolution to exercise went. Coincidence? I think not!
But yeah, I think journaling is a great idea, especially if you want to be a writer. It gives you practice writing, and helps you better remember significant events in your life.
Ive since begun another journal in which Im outlining some of our boat trips from a geological sense. Its sort of like seeing a country's ass when you travel by train. (Trains dont present the best sides of the works of civilization) Neither does a craft have presented to it the awesome side of a country. The coastal areas are all those zones that have been torn from an entirely different landmass , so the clues re: "our planets zipper" is best seen by sea.
how's it going farmerman?
Are you writing?
YEs, quite regulrly,(at lest one a day in both journals) I just completed a description of the island of Grand Manan and its relationship to New Brunswick
thanks for giving the time to delete that post, farmerman. sometimes i can be a right jerk... i can't deny it. I just don't think - you know?
hope you are okay
Good luck with yours -
(in case you didn't get to read it - don't worry you didn't miss anything - just me going on about pills and ****)