Bags of Bran

Reasons to Buckle Down
June 18, 2012, 11:52 pm
Filed under: Biography

I just bought a notebook. A paper one at that. It’s a handsome specimen, made undoubtedly from trees of noble lineage, former homes of felicitous varmints. And in this notebook, I plan to write things. Sentences, mostly, but the odd bulleted list will no doubt grace an occasional page.

Notebooks of the “yoosta be a tree” sort don’t have blogs on them, and graciously, a well-guarded notebook will also be free from comments. You can’t check the weather and see tomorrow’s thunderstorms brewing up in South Dakota, not with a paper notebook. A guy with a paper notebook has to look out the window or something in order to tell what the weather brings, and he also needs to know how to look west. The pictures in this particular notebook will only be as good as I draw them. If I get overly warm, I can fan myself with the notebook. With sufficient training, I could probably fend off marauding panther attacks using the notebook.

But mostly, I plan to write in it. It has a lot of pages to fill, and I’m here wasting my time on the Interest-killing-net.


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