Doesn't everyone do this? I can't be one of very few people who get sucked into a story I'm reading and think about it all while still skim reading. It's not actually reading, sort of being on pause while my eyes go on without me. Found on Instagram.
Haughty and fastidious.I read a post about feet. I didn't read it for the information, but the attitude of the writer. There seems to be a common attitude which (to me) is overly fussy, disapproving and expecting approval. I wanted to find a word for it. I still haven't found just one exact word but I've come close. (Peevish, fussy, censoring, and others). I found a reverse lookup for words. A handy tool for word lovers, or Scrabble players. OneLook Reverse Dictionary and Thesaurus A great site to have bookmarked for those days you know there's a word for that... if you could just think of it.
When people ask what equipment I use – I tell them my eyes. – Anonymous Ultimately, my hope is to amaze myself. The anticipation of discovering new possibilities becomes my greatest joy. – Jerry Uelsmann A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words. – Ansel AdamsVia photofocus.com
Source: ISSN Canada - Library and Archives Canada ISSN for Weblogs - Joe Clark at fawny.org ISSN.org - The ISSN for electronic media Would you get an ISSN number? I'm thinking I won't. I just don't post a lot of long articles. I see some sites which are very in depth about their topic and I can see an ISSN being good in that case. What do you think?
Dear Reader, If you find elegance, or anything of value in the following tale, it will be something you brought in with you. No need to be kind, this story is like an overfed Canada goose lumbering along, unable to get enough lift to fly, deciding to lump through winter, taking handouts from nature loving city dwellers. Thank you for reading and bringing something of value to an old, fat goose.I remember books in which the writer addresses the reader, like a narrator taking them along through the story. I don't know (or remember) the literary name for this. For whatever reason the above Dear Reader was in my brain as I woke up this morning.