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written or spoken

watch out! the crazies are back in town and its too late to break out the typewriter. i’m going to have to do that  tomorrow before the house goes to sleep. i need the whole delayed timing between thought and paper to really get a grip on whats being said. the writing with pen and paper happens all a little too fast sometimes. i can keep up with myself enough that i get lost. or not lost, but i have to pause a moment to remember where i was going. not bad i realize, just different. typewriter is the best, handwritten is second, computer third, and as an absolute last resort- recording (to be reviewed and written later). but i am really more interested in how the thought ends up on paper then i am interested in the thought alone- in the subjective state of existing merely as spoken words in conversation or to myself. forever interesting, yes, but written word has a context onto itself that i prefer. except that thats not true- because, REAL conversation feeds the thoughts and written word. REAL conversation is all of this stuff shared- and if it never gets shared what good is it? and how will it ever grow and evolve? sharing our worlds is what makes them complete. words should not be written or spoken to never be read or heard. but dont misinterpret me either- sharing does not have to be (and probably shouldnt be) open season. share with whom you choose. share in your world. share in your bubble. share with the people that can listen, not judge, respond, and move you forward. share with the people you trust. just share- however you can.

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About mudly

Mud is main blog writer extraordinaire, picture guru, and the garden and adventure instigator. She loves to cook, but doesn’t much like following a recipe. She also loves typewriters, the color turquoise, and wearing tie dye with stripes. And she dorks out on permies.com while dreaming up and planning her next garden.

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