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Thingish Things

6 Comments 13 June 2010

There are so many things that I would like to say, but I do find that when I sit down in front of the screen of my computer that I grow frustrated with getting it all out in the proper order or in a way that makes the kind of sense it did up in my head.  Things that seemed to have great meaning as they danced around in my head, once in front of me, glowing on my Mac screen, fall flat and offer far less brilliance (if any) than expected.

Part of the frustration of writing a blog is the brevity of it.  Anyone who knows me, or at least knows me well, knows that I generally live by the motto that, “If a little is good, then a lot is better!”  And this can spill over into my writing.  I recognize that I would get my typing hand slapped by any good editor, but that of course would mean that I would have to have an editor, and…well, I don’t.  So, for now, I will have to attempt to rein myself in as best as I can.  Oh yeah, back to what I was saying…brevity.  It can be difficult to really go deep with a topic, really explain what you are talking about in 500 words or less.

I do know that the best of writers can do it though and thus proves the point that I am probably not one of them ;).  However, it is a very healthy exercise to at least try and get these ideas, these thoughts out there, even if they cannot be fully fleshed out.  I do believe we learn a great deal about ourselves as we write our thoughts out.  There is nothing like going back and reading your thoughts from a week, month or even a year ago.  So, even if things don’t look or sound that great when you get them out on paper (or the screen), keep typing or writing away.

Pooh says it like this, “When you are a Bear of Very Little Brain, and Think of Things, you find sometimes that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside you is quite different when it gets out into the open and has other people looking at it.”  Pooh knows that not all of our Thingish Things make sense outside of our heads like they did when they were inside of our heads, but I think we should still practice getting them out and letting people look at them.

I sincerely appreciate all of you who take the time to read my Thingish Things on this blog!

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  1. Katy Watters says:

    i love reading your “thingish things”! keep writing!

  2. Paije says:

    Gosh I love Pooh!!
    (and how you share him with us!)

  3. Witto says:

    “I do know that the best of writers can do it though and thus proves the point that I am probably not one of them.” Quit the modesty Jorja – you rock.

    What a great icon Pooh is for illustrating the head muddle phenomenon thingy.

    Can’t wait to read more of your thingish things, muddled, unmuddled or whichever way they come out of that great mind of yours.

    • Jorja says:

      Witto, you are too kind! Thanks for taking the time to come over and read my Thingish Things! So appreciate it. I like the “head muddle phenomenon thingy.” Yes, that is a great way to put it! 😉

  4. Steve Gillis says:

    Jorja,

    I love your writing style. I feel as if you are sitting across from me, when I read your words.

    Don’t limit the length of your blogs – say what you have to say in as many words as you need to.


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