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Kaleea BS: So who here's a writer? (121* d) RE: BS: So who here's a writer? 16 Nov 06

I like to write. Tunes, lyrics, songs, stuff for ensembles of all kinds. Method books & solos/duets/trios/etc. for various Musical instruments-usually instruments one does not see in an orchestra at the average concert venue. ( . . . a mountain whut? Ardoharp? whutinth'hellizatthang?! et. al.)

I like writing stories more than most other literature. And stories for kids most of all. My oldest nephew who's 35 now(?!!?), told me just the other day that "while the other stuff is really good, the alleged "kid's" stuff is more real. More witty & colorful. I think you really put your heart into it the best!"
Wow. I was moved. (emotionally, not geographically)

I sometimes like-and sometimes am angered-to write letters to personages at companies & in political offices when their products &/or services are lousy. I once wrote a letter to Sprint which resulted in a credit of over $5,000 for my employer's long distance.
That was wickedly fun, especially after I had been arguing with them over the phone for many weeks.

It's fun to write. And difficult. Sometimes painful. A journal certainly is often all of the above. Ditto to read one. I've been writing a journal for a few years. I claim that it's for my nieces & nephews to read someday, but it is likely that I write it for medicinal purposes.

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