The Inside Flap

In the car. That auto hum is the type of white noise that takes my brain out of drive and shifts it into creative thinking. Unfortunately, I can’t exactly blog while I’m at the wheel. And I get motion sickness if I read while a passenger. It’s funny because I’m usually very opinionated about everything except when I’m sitting down looking at this blank spot on the page that says “tell me about yourself”. At exactly that time I have nothing to say.

But here goes.

How did the blog’s title come about? At the exact moment when I needed to make that title I drew a blank. What? My title isn’t unique enough?

I’ll write more as it comes to me. There is more to this inside flap. Read “The First Thing About Me”. If you want to get in touch with me please email me at rlnolen@hotmail.com

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