Where, oh where, is the great brown bear? The one who has learned to share how he has such great hair?
The rabbit, unfortunately, has developed a habit….and I am glad it…
This is going to be an experiment: Can writing help my brain become less useless?
I am a terribly forgetful person, and sometimes it feels as if thinking literally pains me. I am ashamed of this fact, since historically I have been designated as a “smart person”. What has happened to my brain since school ended? It’s not drugs, and although I am not a tee-total-er I don’t think alcohol can be blamed for the demise of what was once the treasure inside my head. I am choosing to believe that the brain is a muscle that must be exercised.
Or perhaps the brain is like a pet. It needs fresh air, clean water, scrumptious food, exercise, and love. And a good belly rub.
Now the question that remains is how do I measure my success or failure in this experiment? And how did the word processor know my next word would be experiment? Creepy.
I can tell you that on a scale of one to ten I would currently rate my brain as a 4, but that is neither a great measurement, nor probably a comparable one. Perhaps, if you have read my attempts at writing that I made at the start of this document, you might sympathize with my struggle.
My goal is to start slow and work my way up:
Write 1 complete story a month
Complete 1 puzzle a week.
And perhaps in a few months we may see some improvement.
Let us hope for the best!