Some days my brain just doesn’t work


All day I have been going through short story submission guidelines and looking at some of the short stories I have written. Some of them are nearly ready for publications, some of them need some work.

However, some days as much as I want to be articulate, my brain and fingers do not comply.

I get stuck in a single unpleasant memory. I dwell. I have decided I need a reset button. Since the technology is unavailable and highly unlikely to be developed anytime soon, perhaps I would do well just to rest.

This image is one I took at Glasgow’s Necropolis and fits my mood today.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Mood: Creepy.


  2. Brains are overrated, and sometimes deserve to be eaten.


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