One of the advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising discoveries. ~A. A. Milne Last night, embroiled in the Great Throwing-Away, I made surprising discoveries. I found *The senior will, which I read at the junior-senior banquet (1969) *The judge's comments on ten pages of a novel I submitted to the … Continue reading The Great Throwing-Away: Back When I Was Smart
If you haven't read the preceding post, "Disregard 15 Pages," please do so before reading on. That post isn't very long, but if you read it first, you'll get more out of this very short one. * So finally, after revising and revising and revising, you give in, and give up, and stop, because you … Continue reading Then the Real Critics Come In . . .
I'm sharing a hotel room with my cousin MV following this afternoon's bridal shower for our great-niece and this evening's dinner with great-niece's grandfather. (Don't waste time on the relationships. Only the cousinship applies here.) MV crawled into bed early, turned on the TV, and channel surfed, but could find nothing interesting. "I need someone to … Continue reading She Likes Me, She Really… Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz