I love writing. Of course, if you've ever read this blog you already know this.
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Anyway, today I took a trip to the local Barnes and Noble, a place I haven't been since I purchased my Kindle almost two years ago.
While there I stumbled upon a book of writing topics. Something targeted at teachers to give students ideas on what to journal about.
I was intrigued.
Why didn't they have this when I was in school? Or did they, and I was too busy being a teenager to notice, after all, boys were so dang interesting and distracting, right?
I flipped through it, and you know what, it has some pretty cool stuff in it. So, I bought it.
Yeah, I know.
I'm a nerd.
Good thing I'm okay with that. After all, I'm no longer a teenager, and I fully embrace all facets of myself.
I'm looking forward to writing about some of the 180 topics.
Do you embrace your inner nerd? I'd love to hear, or in this case read, about one of your nerd embracing moments.
If you need help or maybe some liquid courage, the bar is still open.