Thursday, January 8, 2015

Normal Brain or Writer's Brain

Which one is yours?

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  1. Even without being a writer, the second one is how my brain works.

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    1. Maybe because of the way your brain works, you are a writer:)

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  2. yep, I'd be grabbing a bat or something before I went in there.

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    1. Sounds like a writer's brain to me:)

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  3. Artist door: Hmm, that white door is just begging for a mural to be painted on it

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    1. Hey CJ, Sounds like we need to add another door:)

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    2. I agree, Ivy. CJ's comment was perfect:)

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  4. Writer's for sure! Have a good one!

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  5. Well first it depends if i was the one who just tried to close the door or was I out for a while, came home and found the door unlocked? Now If it was the first i would just close the door and lock it with my hubby probably on the other side. If it is the 2nd one, I would be very concerned and then I would lock it and put a chair in front of it only to hear, later on, screams of "let me out' coming from my hubby. Of course I still ponder whether i should open the door

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    1. Birgit, we're obviously not going to be able to limit you to one door:)

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  6. Normal brain...how boring is that?
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Hey Linda, How are you? I'd sleep better at night if my brain was normal. grin.

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  7. I saw this on Facebook! I think watching shows like Criminal Minds and Dateline will do that to your brain, as well.

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    1. Ah ha, Stephanie, now we know what we watch in your spare time. grin.

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  8. all writers must be paranoid

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    1. What can I say, Adam. When you're right. You're right. Grin.

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    1. Hope you're having a good weekend, Janie.

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  10. This is perfect! i so think with the writer's brain. Luckily I don't always go down a scary path with my thinking. I often think magic might have played into the scenes before me. :)

    I also try to make up stories about the people I see when I am people watching. :)
    ~Jess

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  11. All good traits of a great writer, Jess.

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