Sneaking up behind you

In October, I didn’t post as much as I usually do. I was feeling anxious about our upcoming move, but it wasn’t making me feel any better to write about it. I also knew that I wanted to sign up for NaBloPoMo, so I became like a squirrel storing nuts for a long winter: if I had a blog idea, I stashed it away for November.

I knew I couldn’t just stop publishing on the blog, so I turned elsewhere for writing inspiration. Three of my fourteen posts were written for the Twisted MixTape Tuesday link-up. This brought many new visitors to my blog and introduced me to both new bloggers and new music.

Clark Scottroger  stopped by my post about spiritual songs and responded to my inclusion of “Lacrimosa” from Mozart’s Requiem as follows:

October 22, 2013 at 7:19 pm ~ Edit

loves dat ‘Lacrimosa’! Seriously, who can listen to that and not feeling the damn universe sneaking up behind you in your balcony seat?

What a description! What an image! That’s why I picked this comment to be featured on my “Couldn’t have said it better” page.

I clicked over to the blog of the person I began to think of as “Clark” to discover that the Wakefield Doctrine isn’t written by a single entity with that name. Instead, it is an exploration of the idea that we are all either clarks, scotts or rogers.  I hope you will stop by the blog to learn more about the theory and leave a nice comment or two.

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6 thoughts on “Sneaking up behind you

  1. Stockpiling is a great idea. I should do that too. Hey, thanks for dropping by. I’ll check the others out too. Don’t know if I’m a Clark, Scott, or Roger either. Better find out, huh?

    Mary-Ann

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  2. I keep a list on my phone of potential blog posts—-if I don’t write them down when I think of them–poof–they are gone! Coming over from YeahWrite—we are column mates. Woo hoo!

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