train wreck / inside the author's mind
This Saturday (September 2) I will be flying out to Ohio where my mad skills will be utilized to complete Brent Simon's new album. And no, don't ask me what it will be called - even I don't know that part yet. 🙂
The only potential issue (but not really) is that I might be stuck at the airport (in Ohio) waiting for a ride to get out of there for two hours. Maybe. Maybe not. Don't know what's going to happen, but in the worst case scenario, two hours out of my life waiting for a ride won't kill me. It might be insanely boring, but it won't kill me.
One of my readers has crossed the bridge from just reading my site to speaking with me on the phone. She noted indirectly that it's a bit surreal when you physically speak to someone after reading their blog, because it's like you know the person before you even talk to them.
Connecting to someone through words on a (web) page gives me a wonderful feeling because it let's me know I'm doing something right. 🙂 There are lots of blogs out there which at best feel disconnected; you just don't get a feel for the author whatsoever. But when you read an author's words and are able to visualize and connect - that's just plain frickin' cool.
'Nuff said. 🙂
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