…if I’m neurotic in a classic sense, probably not, stubborn yes, perhaps the greatest procrastinator, but I’m wondering if a neurotic person ever suffers from writer’s blog block? If so, I’m thinking I’ve probably had it before. Been there, done that, maybe even got it now. Why? I know you’re asking because the slightly neurotic part of me thinks that you’re thinking these things while you read. And I’ll tell you in my most sincere voice, that when I blog I seem to write more, which means, more poems, more emails, more fluff, more of everything, and so lately I’m thinking that I need to write more on the blog, because I need to get the thesis finished. But I’m not really doing it well right now. I can’t even think of much to say, except to blither on for 6 lines or more about nothing in particular. And now I won’t be blogging much in the next few weeks either, busy with life in general, parties, people, holidays, etc. I guess that means the thesis will suffer. Somehow life does have a way of intruding, of blocking the block, or a block in the blocking. So until then, perhaps this video block will suffice.

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    • Yeah, thanks. I think I’ll need it. I set a goal of 10 pages before the holidays. I did one in the past 3 weeks. Yeesh.

    • I have to say that the dress code for the cartoon nurse reminded me of Darryl Hannah in Kill Bill.

      Quite a good metaphor though. Or so I thought.

  1. o my. that was….. wow. I’m at a loss for words! However, I must say that vivisection often does a lot for breaking my writer’s block.

  2. The cartoon was cute at first, and then the self-mutilation part for the work, and although it’s bizarre, and rather disturbing, I think we all perform some sort of self-damage for the words every now and then.

  3. self-damage for the words…ouch…maybe it’s just research T…

    in any case, your worst writing is better than most’s best, so keep blogging, emailing, txting etc…

  4. too bad good research hurts so much sometimes… still, I guess that’s the price we pay for our job as eyewitnesses to the life

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