LIV: Another Block

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Whatever happened that lead to my confinement at the hospital for almost 2 weeks, there is a bright side to it: I was on a writing spree; my brain was continuously flowing all the prose and poetry, whether it’s long or short, and whether it’s about professional wrestling or something personal.

I have never been this active since 2009, and I have been riding the Internet as a pseudo-anonymous writer for 11 years. And I am glad I am still allowed to use a laptop and phone to communicate with my friends and family and, of course, blog the hell out.

And now that I am back at my home, the first thing I did was open the laptop and then my Q10 writing app. I wrote a few outlines about what happened at WrestleMania 35 and the Raw show after that, then took a water break, and went back in front of the screen. And that’s what I only did after that: staring at the screen, the cursor blinking, waiting for me to type the next word.

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Sunday Night Questions VII

I‘m still stuck at the hospital because of something stupid that I did. And for the first time in two weeks, I don’t know what to write this Sunday night… instead of bringing back my old habit called Sunday Night Questions!

For those who have forgotten what the series is about, this is where I answer 5 yes-or-no questions, and there is no need to explain my answer (but it is allowed).

Now, let’s get started!

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Notes to Self III

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”

— Benjamin Franklin (1738) / Thomas Fuller  (1727)[1]

In the “Notes to Self” series, I write down words my mind and heart should fully remember.

If you have been following The Dispatch for quite a while, you may have noticed that I cheated a bit on make a chronological Notes to Self. But that’s OK. This is my blog anyway. (Though I do need to cook something new. Hashtag Yes.)


References

1 Either Write Things Worth Reading or Do Things Worth the Writing”, Quote Investigators article on who really who coined the quote. An interesting read, indeed.