I have no interest in space whatsoever, I'd rather spend the rest of my life exploring the planet I live on and get to know it through and through, leave no stone unturned. Can you imagine how wonderful it would be to explore every single wondrous place on this tremendous planet we live on. I would begin by exploring the castles of Moravia, a region in the Czech Republic.
I think that, without knowing it, I have dabbled in the dramatic monologue. When our friend Daryl at Word Press wrote his post on the merits of the dramatic monologue, as I was reading it and his points about how authors either purposefully or subconsciously bring out personality traits, character flaws within the parameters of the narrator’s or author’s monologue. I immediately flashed to posts that I had written, first as a response to a topic, and then inevitably would lead to comma ridden sentences, rambling on about my experiences and thoughts related directly or indirectly to the topic. I can’t imagine what it is like to read my posts as a stranger, my impression after reading my posts, of course, are nothing nut subjective. However, since I live with myself and within my head, I treat my posts as an extension of that ever recurring inner dialogue with myself. I don’t know how to read my stuff as an impartial third-party would. I’d be curious to be able to have that experience to see if I would enjoy what I write.
For example, there have been a few posts where my struggles with personal issues had come into the conversation and informed my response to the topic even though the two weren’t related. I wouldn’t use the topic as a stepping stone to exercise my demons, the writing of my internal struggles and fights organically emerge during the writing process. I have said it several times, that since I have begun this writing journey, it has become a strong therapeutic tool that I eagerly put to use everyday. I am thankful that I have stumbled upon this blog site, it has opened a whole new world for me, it is great.
If it's one color head to toe, than I must say black. If it's one color as an accessory or a piece of an outfit than I would pick red. One color ensemble can be Khaki, black, caramel or heather grey, other stronger colors require more courage than I have.