6 thoughts on “Asking myself some questions

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    amanda says:

    So good. So right on. How many of us have this same conversation with ourselves every day? Especially participating in something like NaBloPoMo- it’s really a struggle sometimes to find something worthy to write about, that isn’t just the same day-to-day nonsense.

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    amanda says:

    PS – for what it’s worth, I love your blog!

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    Jess says:

    Well, you caught it in saying “Well, that’s life”. I felt the same way when kiddo was the age of yours’. It gets better. Better/different. But better.

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    Jane Gassner says:

    This is the second post I’ve read today where the writer feels the “smallness” of her life precludes any reason to write about it–or to read it. I will tell you what I said in my other comment: it’s not the facts of your life that are of interest; it’s the way in which you relate it. You, my friend, are a writer. Yes, you are also an artist and a mom and a techie and a wife and a chef. But above all, for me, you are a writer–and that makes every and anything you put it out there worthwhile.

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    maile says:

    I relate to this so much.

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    Maggie Mason says:

    I’m so sorry, honey.

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