Able Body? Able Mind? #SOLC Day 11


I am participating in the Two Writing Teachers March Blog Challenge. If you would like more information about this challenge click here.

Several years ago I learned about the 36 questions to become closer to someone. In the New York Times, the article was titled The 36 Questions that Lead to Love. I am always fascinated by questions. As an introvert, I learned to have a question ready when attending a social event in case the conversation lulled. I prefer to have deeper conversations as opposed to surface level ones.

As part of the challenge this year, I will be answering some of the questions and then you have the opportunity to journal about the question, ask a person you want to be closer to, or answer in the comments.

I am moving slowly this morning. Coffee seems to be taking longer than usual and I seem to be functioning on a 10 second delay.

I do not like this question as well as some of the others. I would choose the young mind over the body. Learning and input is more important to me. I would hope that I could still function physically to the best of my ability by still exercising and taking care of myself.

I hope I live to at least 90! I have things to do with the rest of this life.

On another note…

Have you seen the movie ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES? I remember seeing the book but did not read it. It was a sweet endearing movie. As a writer, I liked how the structure of the movie was contained within a high school assignment of exploring Indiana and its interesting places. The internal transformations of the two main characters were well done.

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The movie was the perfect compliment to my evening of library, dinner, reading and talking to people I love.


Published by TammyB

Tammy Breitweiser is a writer and teacher who is a force of nature and woman of honor; seer of nuance; an accidental inspirationalist; a keeper of the little red doors, and a conjurer of everyday magic who is busy writing short stories. Her poetry has been published in The Storyteller Magazine. Her flash fiction in Spelk, Cabinet of Heed, Clover and White, and Elephants Never. Her essay is published in the I Wrote it Anyway anthology. You can also connect with Tammy through Twitter @Tlbreit

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