Fluttering thoughts about writing and literature
Hmm... I'd give a body part to have more time! I hardly ever get to read because I write so much. And I write a lot but I haven't had the luck of getting published yet... so yeah.Although, I'd rather get those things WITHOUT having to lose any parts... lol :)
oh man,...I would say my appendix, but it's all ready gone. Does it have to be something useful???? Maybe my left toe....PS I think it's funny your kids can't find their shoes without you.
I think I'd give my thick neck, belly and extra arm flaps to be in the presence of Dean Koontz and receive writing lessons for 1 hour. (Of course to receive the lessons I might have to give him my eyelashes and toenails and then where would I be???)
An unlimited supply of sushi!
To have the gift of the more I eat the skinnier I getMeet Jerry seinfeldHave a lifetime pass to snowbirdTravel the world for a year....actually just to travel for a weekSpend the entire month of march watching march madness liveHave Ron Paul win the presidency
I'd give up all the hair on my head if I never had to pay taxes again. As for my right ovary... I dunno. I have two and it's not like it really does much so I'd probably trade that just for a year's supply of Ben and Jerry's Half-Baked.
I'd give half my body for half my body.
I'd give my love handles for something you already have Rachel! A gift to share with the rest of the world! :) And I think it'd be fun to live in a Tim Burton world for a while... Could you imagine?! (of course you can... it's all written down in your books & head)
I'm not sure if I'd give up a body part.. but I might if I could have a movie contract... more money in the bank... not have to work two other jobs, and just write and travel with my husband.But, hey, we're just dreamin' so what the heck. Yeah, I'd give up BOTH ovaries, since I'm through using them LOL!
I'd give my gimpy right leg for my dream car, a red Duesenberg. Runners-up would include a red Chrysler Imperial Touring, a Rochet-Schneider of any color (but I like their blue and green shades best), a Russo-Baltique (even though there are very few verified to still exist), and one of the older Model Ts, before they came in only black.Since I've switched my writing hand from right to left, I'd gladly give up the writing callus on my right index finger for a vintage Mac from the Eighties or Nineties. I hate Word and would give almost anything to be able to write in MacWriteII or ClarisWorks again! At least my old desktop has AppleWorks and is just waiting to be hooked up again so I can get my files on it.
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