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Expiration date is not required, only if you want the note to magically disappear.

A great place to keep your fantastic ideas, like, "Hey! I need to write more sentences about crickets and English gentlemen with unruly beards."



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Ideas

When I’m feeling out of sorts, reflective, sad or when I just need to reaffirm my faith in the world I sometimes pull out my Robert Fulghum books and randomly read - skipping between one book and another - until I find my mind bubbling with ideas of its own, sparked from something in the book - or until contented I sit back not needing to say or think anything, well, at least for the immediate future.

    TAGS:  ideas, bubbling, kindergarten, Robert Fulghum


Cold and Damp :: Keith

Henry feared his best ideas somehow drained out from his head while he slept, pooling in the back of his neck until finally he would sweat them out onto his pillow, which was always cold and damp when he woke up in the morning.

    TAGS:  Henry, heads, morning, pillows, sleeping, ideas


germinal :: boot

Some ideas should be killed off at the very beginning.

    TAGS:  ideas


I keep forgetting that I want to start making notes as soon as I think of an idea.

    TAGS:  memory, ideas, of note, my aging brain


 

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