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[Apr. 9th, 2007|01:20 pm]
Nite Mirror
I'm sitting here nursing my coffee. I'm also asking myself what I should be doing and why am I doing this instead. Ah, I'm ...

:::::stopping to hear someone's two way radio being broadcast into my radio as I'm listening to today's cubs game and wondering why the ... prob. a cop driving by, that's where I usually get radio leakage onto my radio, wants Mathew to give him his phone number -- too bad I didn't get Mathew's reply::::::::

Anyway, ... Where was I? Ah, yes. I prob. should write one of two pieces that I'd have an outside change of someone throwing me, if I'm lucky, a penny per two or three words to write. However, this is writing practice too, isn't it?

Hmm, :::::stopping to get my train of thought back after I didn't hear Mathew's phone number:::::: I know I had somewhere to go with this before I sat down.

Ah, one of the reasons I'm writing here now is just that it's a more immediate form of interaction with others than writing something that could take weeks at the earliest for the majority of people who will read it to do so. Yeah, I can be ... Ah, draw your own conclusions on what I just wrote, but be kind, ok?

Another thing on my mind is a word and my attaching a couple different unrelated meanings to it. Anchor. In NLP, it's the equivalent of creating a hypnotic trigger without necessarily using hypnosis. However, I'm also feeling the weight of another figurative anchor rooting me to things in my life that I'd rather not be rooted to.

Hmm, I had intended to explore that thought some, but maybe this isn't the place to delve deeper into where this train of thoughts lead. Ah, so I guess it's time to move on to other things that I prob. should be doing instead anyway.

(How often do you ask yourself. Why you're doing what you're doing, and if there is anything you should be doing instead? <--I need to ask those two questions to myself much more often than I do)
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