Have you ever woke up in the morning and your mind is a total blank? That’s me this morning. My mind is void. Oh, no!!!! I don’t even remember what I dreamed last night. This is impossible. I always dream. That’s my best writing prompt. A void mind is a writer’s worst nightmare.
Maybe it’s information overload. There’s too much stuff that needs to be waded through. Garbage. Worries. Emotional baggage. Work. Kids.Dr. Wakefield’s a fraud (maybe…could be a conspiracy).Heard that last night on Anderson Cooper. Cute little birds falling out of the sky, dead. Bloated fish surfacing on top the waters(what’s the military experimenting with?). Remember the mini-series, “Flash Forward”? Are we all going to go into a deep sleep and wake-up with psychic abilities to see the future?
Maybe it’s the bowl of organic skim milk and Grape Nuts I ate before bed last night. It’s constipated my brains and loosened my bowels(like you all needed to know that one). Maybe I’m in the mood to ramble useless babble this morning. I’m on a roll now but the dogs will be waking soon wanting to go for their morning walk. That’s why I need a mini-recorder. Need to put that on my list next to the pen holder, bread machine, turkey carving knife.…
Or maybe it’s the six chem trails outside my kitchen window this morning interfering with my brain waves. They say it can make you sluggish. OMG. This is miserable.
How’s everybody else doing? Is your brain a void this morning? This afternoon? This evening?
P.S. I’m in total distress, guys.