Thought of the moment....

No matter how hard you try, you will NEVER control anyone else's attitudes, actions, or outcomes. The only person that you have the ability to directly impact is you, and it is your responsibility to learn how to do just that...to utilize the knowledge, skills, and abilities you have been given to impact the world in the most positive way that you can EVERY chance you get!



Friday, September 24, 2010

Hello crazy lady…

Needless to say that I think that is what the peanut football team is labeling me lately.  As I sit watching…ok sometimes looking up to watch practice between checking my iPhone for email, scribbling notes in my notebook for story ideas and reading a book…I sometimes have thoughts out loud.

Yes, thoughts out loud. No, thank fully I don’t answer myself during the conversation and most times my husband could be sitting beside me in the next chair but he will be napping so I am having a one sided conversation with my trusty self.

Self…here is another great idea for a story. Yes! That’s perfect…I would say satisfactorily loud—or no…no…no! and the little players would just look at me crazy like hey lady we didn’t even make a play yet—shake their little heads at me and continue on. I know that they are very thankful that I am not the coach. Lol J

Have you ever caught yourself talking out loud for story ideas or just in general over something or nothing in your life? I do it all the time so if you do…just know you are not alone.

5 comments:

Kelley Vitollo said...

Yep! I am definitely a talk out louder. LOL

J. L. Jackson said...

Yes! I get a lot of funny looks as I talk about my books out loud, but I am used to it. lol

Cheryl said...

Not much talking. I do tend to sing on walks, in the grocery store, even in the library. My daughter used to be so humiliated. She doesn't go places with me now.

christicorbett said...

Regina,
I'm sooooo glad I'm not alone. (Strangly enough I JUST did a post on this very subject!)

I usually talk to myself while I'm writing. I find it helps me see my way through all the problems I create with bad grammar, word choice, etc...

Reading my work aloud (to myself) is a great help too.

Christi Corbett

Bekah said...

hahaha! Def in my car : ) Then I realize someone is staring at me and probably thinks I am weird

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