Testing 1 2 3 or Just start, redeux

Starting with an apology has begun to become cliche and,for this blog anyway, just redundant.

But I am. Sorry for anyone who hung on, hoping I might return and to those who stumbled here accidentally and got…nothing. Blank sky , white wash.

But mostly, I am sorry to me, myself for stopping. My fellow writer pal (one of many I’ve never met but have known in some deeper place from long ago) expressed the hunger, exquisitely.
It hurts me not to write. Not (just ;)) in some tortured “oh woe is the Writer ” way. No I mean something much much more basic. It hurts my head, spinning muddled banalities. It hurts my heart, opening all the wrong doors to familiar ghosts — blues and lows that sink and sludge. It hurts my stomach, gurgling the junk food of laziness of mind and body.

I know this. And yet I don’t or easily forget anyway. I can’t take back the forgetting.

All I can do is start. Again.

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  1. [F]oxymoron said,

    Wrote on February 15, 2010 @ 3:56 pm

    .-= [F]oxymoron´s last blog ..So You’ve Done Some Time =-.

  2. washwords said,

    Wrote on February 15, 2010 @ 7:41 pm

    @foxy: thanks love! I’ll be trying to be here a bit more regularly from here on out… or umm at least from here. 🙂

  3. Mom said,

    Wrote on February 16, 2010 @ 10:20 am

    Amen! Sunshine, warmth and Jennie’s writing….we are craving it all.

  4. Meg said,

    Wrote on February 16, 2010 @ 4:20 pm

    Welcome back; we’ve missed you!
    .-= Meg´s last blog ..On cake and misnamed holidays =-.

  5. washwords said,

    Wrote on February 16, 2010 @ 9:54 pm

    WW says: thanks everyone! I really appreciate it! awww having loyal friends (and moms) rocks! 🙂
    .-= washwords´s last blog ..Testing 1 2 3 or Just start, redeux =-.

  6. washwords » Blog Archive » Freedom From Face(book) said,

    Wrote on February 16, 2010 @ 11:11 pm

    […] » Latest Comments » Popular Posts » » Freedom From Face(book) » Testing 1 2 3 or Just start, redeux » Just start. » Haiku Friday: Sweet » “And there was no one left to speak […]

  7. Magno said,

    Wrote on December 23, 2015 @ 12:19 pm

    This cries out for grand game status! I’m plinyag:”Studies show workers who take time off are more productive after their batteries are recharged. They have higher morale, and are less likely to mentally check out on the job.”Well, I’ve got a study for you, dumbass. It’s a longitudinal study involving about 300 million workers over about 2 1/2 centuries. ….my favorite part, though, was what came next: “This means more output per worker — enough to compensate employers for the cost of hiring additional workers to cover for everyone’s three weeks’ vacation time.It’s also a win for the economy, because these additional workers would bring down the level of unemployment and put more money into more people’s pockets. This extra purchasing power would boost the economy overall.”My head just exploded. If workers are so much more productive that you’d have enough additional output to compensate additional workers to cover for vacations, why would you need the additional workers? Never mind. Needing more people to do the same amount of stuff lower’s unemployment! It’s a win-win-win!

  8. http://www.newyorkcityburlesque.com/ said,

    Wrote on April 6, 2016 @ 11:00 am

    Stay with this guys, you’re helping a lot of people.

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