Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Italy to Boston in 5 Minutes

This is my first link up with All Things Fadra’s Stream of Consciousness Sunday. I wrote for five minutes without any planning or re-writing.  Usually, in terms of blog posts, I am rather comfortable not over-editing myself.  This pushed even me passed my comfort zone.

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I am pretty sure I spelled that right.  I am the worst speller.  Good writer, bad speller–is that what they say?  Also I know nothing of geography and world history.  I was at a cocktail party/playdate tonight with some folks that I adore and that are a bit more travelled than I.  One lady is Italian.  I brought up Berlusconi’s resignation because that’s pretty much all I know about modern Italy (did I spell his name correctly? I guessed.).

I wish I were smarter.  Or just more observant and interested.  I forget things as soon as I hear them.

I am addicted to Masterpiece Theater but I am a little anxious when I watch as I often feel I might be in over my head.  With a television show.  How did that happen?  I used to read all the time.  I started reading a book that I got for free at a conference recently.  It’s not bad.  The story begins in Boston and I think I’ve mentioned that I will read anything, watch anything, discuss anything having to do with Boston.  I miss it.

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3 Responses to Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Italy to Boston in 5 Minutes

  1. Pingback: Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Take 2 ;) | peek a baby

  2. You;ve got to be somewhat observant and interested just to make sure not to misplace one of the kids when you’re going someplace, right? Or at least, that’s what I tell myself 😉

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