One sentence paragraphs

Today I have many thoughts rampantly running through my mind.

And since I am unable to center them on a single topic, I introduce you to the “one sentence paragraph” approach.

Which is basically a stream of consciousness with little to no elaboration.

That way I can cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time.

With little to no elaboration.

Which will clear my mind.

I made up the “one sentence paragraph” approach.

Just now.

Are you ready?

Here goes.

I am almost finished reading the third book in the Harry Potter series.

I said I would never read the Harry Potter series.

I am reading the Harry Potter series.

Never say never.

Yesterday Lance and I visited The Wise Old Owl.

I should probably do laundry today.

Nah.

Maybe tomorrow.

I am going to Coudersport this weekend.

Today I just finished writing my first novel as part of National Novel Writing Month (www.nanowrimo.org).

It has 55,478  words.

We are talking an insane amount of banter here.

Which is probably why I am unable to center my thoughts today.

Perhaps someday I will go back and edit my novel.

Call me if you want to help.

Have you email subscribed to my blog yet?

Please do.

Don’t make me beg.

If you do not know how, go ask your mother.

Just kidding.

Ask me.

I carry a diaper in my purse.

I got my hair cut today.

My stylist’s name is Jerry.

Jerry is a trip.

Today he told me a story about some Haitian voodoo powder that washed up on the beach when he was living in Key West.

I am not kidding about this.

He is a maniac.

I think he drank too many margarita’s that day.

I love Lance.

As much as Big Nut Brown Hare loves Little Nut Brown Hare.

I ran three miles this morning.

It is after Thanksgiving.

Guess I am unable to take a running break.

Yet.

What can I say?

Other than I did not do any simple math on my run.

The lyrics, “Ding dong, ding dong Christmas bells are ringing” have been going through my head all day.

I could probably keep going with this banter.

But I know you probably have laundry to do, too.

Check your hamper.

Gotta go.

Thank you for reading.

I bid you ado.

About britta326

blogger, picture-taker, diaper-changer, runner

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