What was I going to write about?

I had this topic. It felt alive and juicy 1. I remember thinking, yeah, that’s a good one. I have some things to say about that.

I was straightening up in the kitchen, and thought, oh, when I’m done here, I’m going to go write that blog post. The one about….’

That was it. Poof. Like smoke. No, not like smoke, because smoke dissipates (and if you’re on the West coast, you know that smoke does not necessarily dissipate). Poof…like steam? I dunno. Gone, anyway.

I’m not sure if this is just me trying to remember what I was going to write about, or simply me trying to convince myself that I had something good. Maybe it’s both. Or neither. All we can say is that it’s compelling2.

That’s it. That’s what I’ve got for you today3. May you and yours be healthy and well.

  1. I’m truly sorry for using this adjective. It is true, but not right at the same time.

  2. LOL.

  3. I actually have a relatively good excuse for this. I’m exhausted. I slept like crap last night.

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