I’m sitting in bed, munching on pepper strips after having gone to the gym (yay for me!), and catching up on my blog reading. I read the prompt for today and I am thinking about this post I am writing, and where I am going with it.
Before I click the publish button, I read through what others said in response. Now I’m worrying because these responses are not like the one I had imagined. I’m thinking that I must be wrong, since my idea is different.
But I know that there is no wrong way to blog. I am thinking, I am writing, I am creating. So what if my idea is different that the other posts? I remind myself that the daily prompt is just that – a prompt – and is completely open to interpretation. The guidelines are loose, and every interpretation is a correct one.
I’m sitting in bed, munching on pepper strips after having gone to the gym. I’m happy that I went and did something good for myself. My boyfriend is playing some game on xbox one, COD or Battlefield 4, I don’t know because I don’t pay enough attention to know the difference. I want to take a shower and play some solitaire, but I know that I should work on report card comments for my class. I only have six more to write, but it’s going to take me an hour at least.
For this moment, I am content to just take a moment to relax, let my stream of consciousness flow, and then do the necessary activities.