Sunday, October 26, 2014

My tweet week

It’s been a busy week, and my screenplay has been consuming my writing energy. It takes time to think about what to blog, and then to write the post, and I’ve only had enough time to tweet.

Skip the next paragraph if you understand Twitter.(I know a lot of you don’t.)

There are several kinds of tweets. 1/ a simple tweet   2/ a tweet which is a response to someone else’s tweet   3/ a retweet, which is when you repeat something that someone else has tweeted.

The following are my simple tweets since you last heard from me (I have made sure all the links work, in case you want to click on them):

Me: “It's tough being a grown-up.”

Him: “Never mind, you've not got much longer to do it now.”

Fabulous understated interpretation of Misty. One day I'll be able to play Misty like this. #hereshoping

Woo-hoo! I love my #screenplay, even if the cliffhangers do fall in inconvenient places.

I just bought this book about death. The children might like it @isaach It is very short and very simple.

...and doesn't mention God or heaven... @isaach

Things I learned yesterday

It takes a lot of courage to embark on a day at school when you are 10 and have aspergers and you know you're going to be picked on. #autism

Dr MaxMan 200 doesn't know me at all if he thinks I will open an email saying "Get used to being BIG, Sue Hepworth" #spam

Oh the joy of being alone for the morning and being able to wear my 33 yr old jogging bottoms while I am #writing

And the days are not full enough

And the nights are not full enough

And life slips by like a field mouse

Not shaking the grass.

Ezra Pound

again I ask - does anyone ever follow people mentioned in #ff tweets? I could do without them clogging up my timeline. #petpeeve #grouch

Read this shocking article and then tell me the BBC is not biased against Palestinians.  #BBCBias #Gaza

I dreamed my son's mother in law arrived unexpectedly from 5000 miles away and the house was cold and there was no food in the house.

I may be getting too old for Twitter. The emoticons are too tiny to make out. Even my own.

Me: “When I woke up I had an epiphany on my screenplay.”

Him: “It'll wipe off.”

Other non-tweeting activities:

  • Baking thousands of cakes for a meal after my friend’s memorial service at Quaker Meeting,
  • attending the service,
  • finally deciding the wording and format of our new banner for our next peace vigil,
  • cycling,
  • gardening,
  • working on my interpretation of Misty. I’ve been able to play the notes for nearly five years. Now I’m working on my ‘articulation’ and trying to make it sound like this.



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