my errant muse

Writing ideas: in 1 paragraph, if a stubbed little toe could tell the rest of your body what it was feeling what would it say?If you only had 1 sentence to speak to your 8 year old self what would it be?If you had to make up 1 reason to hate dolphins what would it be?Really short writing can take your brain into weird places you’d never have got to without it, but if you end up penning a best seller can I get my name in the credits?

Jake, the stubbed little toe, wants to convey his sincerest confusion as to how, with the protection of the entire foot and the buffer of his four neighboring piggies, the “large-headed brain” managed to make contact with the stair, through what must have been a very awkward movement, in such a way that caused him to receive the entire wallop himself with no one else even jostled.

Jake had this to say, “I feel targeted. I don’t know what I did to get on their radar! I can’t even fit in my side-toe crevice, I’m too swollen. Don’t look…look what they did to me, the madness! the horror!”

“Love yourself, you are a rad person, and learn from your mistakes, but make them, they give you character.”

And yes, of course, WHEN I pen that bestseller!

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5 Comments

  1. clandie

    I like all these painted fingers and toes all over your blog. Can I borrow a few of them.

    I’ll definitely tell my 8 year old self to LIVE. Even at that age, I was always cowering and shying as at from new things and exploring in a good way.

    I can’t hate dolphins, except for that reason you gave maybe…🤓
    Nice one.

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    1. lackadaisicalwhimsy

      You can use anything you’d like.
      I get a lot of my images from shared stock image free sites like pixabay.com
      I need to credit the creators more often I’m bad about doing it.
      I just get excited while I’m putting everything together and forget. I even save the images as the creators name so I’ll do it.
      Glad you’re enjoying what I share it means a lot!!

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