Timing and Good Ideas

After several days of sitting here staring out the window waiting for inspiration, ideas finally started popping into my head.

The problem, however, lies in the fact that I have a house full of company until next Tuesday.  And that includes my one-year-old grandson who demands a lot of attention.

While I would love to sit down and play with words for hours on end, as I usually do, that just is not happening this week.  As a matter of fact, I’m being summoned now to get ready to go to an all-day party.  I guess I could take my laptop with me.  Honestly, sometimes I’d rather spend time with my laptop than with people…especially when ideas are apparently flowing freely.

Okay, so back to the blog.  The timing of my good ideas is going to have to go by the wayside today.  Guess I’ll just take pencil-and-paper so I can write down what occurs to me.  I can always try to transfer those notes in the dead of the night.  At least everyone else will be asleep.  Time demands that I cut this off right here.  Watch for more next week…when my time is my own.


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One response to “Timing and Good Ideas

  1. Barbara Manton

    Interesting set of excuses. Let us know when you have something worthwhile to say. Barbara

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