Fear in Writing: Feeling Nothing

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Feeling Nothing

I'm sorry, all.  I just can't blog today.  Feeling...NOTHING.  be back soon.  Promise.

12 comments:

  1. We all have days like that. It just happens.

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  2. Oh, I know just what you mean! Relax and have a nice, quiet day. :)

    Elizabeth
    Mystery Writing is Murder

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  3. Everyone has nothing days. Our brains need breaks! Enjoy yours!

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  4. I can relate- have a nice break.

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  5. ah, enjoy the experience - it is something we Buddhists practice to obtain!

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  6. find the light within and chase away those clouds!

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  7. Understood. Great picture for a feeling nothing kind of day! :-)

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  8. Thank you all. I felt a bit more bleak than the post sounded. But I feel much better now! Hopefully I'll be up and running again tomorrow. Yoga, then an hour of blogging at the coffeeshop, then normal day-to-day stuff. But tomorrow sounds good. Tonight? More Olympics and a last, peaceful evening with the Mother-in-Law.

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  9. I just came out of a month of this. We all need down time to give our brains rest. They have to prepare for the future greatness that will pour from them. :-)

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  10. I hope so, Aj. I hope so. Thanks for the encouraging words.

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