Time to write.   3 comments

My opening salvo should be witty and charming and pithy.  However, I am at work. Dispatching officers to residential alarms, child custody disputes and attempts to locate speeding vehicles on the back roads of my county.  We use cynicism and humor in the background but have to keep it professional on the air.  So this first post will be simple and straight forward.  i keep hearing in my head that I should write.  I have never written and rationalize that I am not good at it.  It’s because I am lazy.  So today I wrote.  I hope I will write more tomorrow.  We will see.

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Posted May 25, 2013 by Balvah in Uncategorized

3 responses to “Time to write.

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  1. And to think I get to see where it all begins!

    Onward!

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