Morton’s Fork

Daily PromptIf you had to choose between being able to write a blog (but not read others’) and being able to read others’ blogs (but not write your own), which would you pick? Why?

This past week I have looked through the windows of homes in Turkey and Greece; visited the Churchill Museum in London, gone kayaking in Austrailia and mountain biking in New Zealand.  I have learned about the pain and humiliation of bipolar disorders and about the inside of mental hospitals.  I know where to get a tattoo in Ireland.  I saw a master quilter finish an antique quilt and turn it into a work of art.  If my hands are ever bound with duct tape, I know how to free myself and I know what to pack to survive a zombie apocalypse. I’ve visited museums throughout Italy and gone diving with sharks.  I’ve acquired some wonderful recipes and learned how to make my lips plumper.

zombieI don’t want to choose between writing a blog and reading the offerings of other bloggers, but if the threat was dire enough, I would choose to continue reading blogs from around the world; going, doing, seeing things I may never experience otherwise.

However, now that I know what to pack, nothing short of a zombie apocalypse will keep me from writing my blog, too.

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3 thoughts on “Morton’s Fork

  1. Howdy, I’m nominating you for a Liebster Award. For your writing and blog.
    You may not want this? Yet i enjoy your blog and writing. Cheers Jamie.


  2. When I saw this prompt I had to think for a while – then like you I decided I would rather read than only write BUT I’d try like h’ll to find a way to write as well 🙂


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