I got the following house percentage result, courtesy of a BuzzFeed quiz:
Brain dumping is something most writers do. Some make it a part of their daily routines. Others do it when there's so much going on and they need to unload various unrelated thoughts. For others, it's akin to an hors d'oeuvre, a prelude to the primary creative activity for the day.
I love Wonder Woman. I remember looking forward to Wednesday nights as a little girl, when RPN-9 showed reruns of the TV show starring Lynda Carter.
I was on my way to the kitchen to get something to eat when my footsteps woke Jackie, our three-month-old puppy. She was sleeping at the foot of the stairs, like she did most nights.
White doc, blinking cursor. But she gotta get it right. Even if that meant pounding the keys all night. Or downing mugs of coffee until her head was buzzing with what seemed like crickets humming.
The blinking is maddening. Taunting. Mocking. Relentlessly. I could have punched you in the face, you see. Because online workers need the internet up and running. While not 24/7, at least on demand.