LESSON THREE: Write it Down
A list of "A Few" things I like.
Please ignore the spelling mistake (though it kinda fits too).
The only thing worse than finding a page of scribbled notes that you don't remember writing is trying to remember the thoughts at all. This is why I try my best to take notes when I have a good thought. The writer in me hopes that I can make them into something special, which luckily sometimes I am able to do, while the old lady in me just hopes that I can remember them at all.
"I've always considered writing the most hateful kind of work.
I suspect it's a bit like fucking, which is only fun for amateurs.
Old whores don't do much giggling." - Hunter S. Thompson
I don't want to turn into some kind of paper hoarder, so I should really try to carry around one of the little notebooks I have and keep my thoughts organized. I some how manage to carry an umbrella most of the time, you would think a little mole skin wouldn't be so damn hard. Maybe when I hit 30 I'll get better at remembering that.