Amongst other things I’d like to see pigs fly.

I’ve decided – during my writing drought – to take it back to the beginning. I found this site of writing topics for all grades of learning, so here goes Grade 1.

Topic – “I’d like to see . . .”

The rings around Jupiter, but I don’t have a telescope and it will only be viewable for the month of August. My friends in Truckee, but my time is tangled around an unpermitting schedule. Blake’s happiness, but he’s sixteen and angst happens. The digits of my bank account increase to six…I didn’t say seven so it shouldn’t be too much to ask. Justice for Jeffrey, but it’s not easy when no one is trying to convict. A healthier wife, a healthier life. ‘Romy and Michele’s High School reunion with Carolyn. Blackberries in amount of plenty to share with Ray. Adam & Shay eating Mighty Taco with me. A desert retreat of Justin and company dancing to drum beats. Rebecca meditating with the monks. Mark Bradley go Ivy League.

I’d like to see every classic black and white movie; no shedding of hair from my doggies; Stella soften to cuddly; mom in NYC and free; roadside attractions from an RV; more postcards from Murray; the Mapleleafs win the Stanley Cup; My feet standing in every country; an acronym next to my name (preferrably with the letters C-E-O); dolphins swimming next to me; this tattoo actually removed; and pigs fly.

Voice Box

Being that my voice gets more Portamento than Susan Boyle’s, it’s not surprising that I have literally talked my voice box to death.  Yes, it’s true the motor mouth has Laryngitis.

Back in the day, I would use this as a sick day from school. It would have definitely been mother-approved.  Alas, it’s the weekend so it only cuts into my time and not work time.  Not that I could use it as a sick day anyway since most of my work is done in the digital voice, which has no legitimate organs though some geeks would argue that an application is a digital organ.  I think they should just go back to their Dungeons & Dragons or whatever the equivalent nowadays is and leave me to my skipping school ways.

Here I am inside blogging to you guys instead of outside enjoying the teaser of summer.  Now that I think about it…screw inside, I’ve got WiFi and it’s the weekend–no sick days allowed!

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