Would you rather stay or go?
I looked at the writing prompt earlier today. I like to have a little time to contemplate the topic.
Is this legal? Does anyone else do this also?
Immediately, I considered the literal interpretation in connection with my physical location.
I'll not say what I thought at that time.
It is usually a good thing when I don't act on my first thoughts. Or write about them either.
Not just any ordinary pencils.
These are heat sensitive pencils, or as I refer to them, mood pencils.
They are actually pretty interesting pencils. When you hold them, they change colors.
Two purple pencils, see the bright pink on the one that I was holding?
Might help if I had taken a little closer shot, huh?
The pencils were quite a hit with this crowd. As I was visiting with a group of girls, and they were musing over the mood pencils, I over heard one girl ask another if it would change your mood.
I told her that of course, a pencil could change your mood!
A pencil and paper, if used, are capable of changing your mood, your attitude and your general well being. From my experience, anytime that I journal about my feelings or situations, I come away with a changed perspective. I usually write until I have the answers I need.
This is when I correlated the topic of "stay or go" with the pencils and the blog.
I think I'll stay.
I'm halfway through my third month of blogging. I appreciate the daily discipline. I feel like my writing is improving somewhat. I like some of the things I've written. I enjoy reading others' blogs and making new friends.