Lost for words

Absolutely lovely post!  I think so many of us, myself included, can relate to practically everything said here.  The pedantism, the meltdowns, the loss of words…yep, this post sums it up! 💜💜

The Misadventures of Mama Pineapple

I often struggle to translate my thoughts into either speech or the written word.

Sometimes I lack the particular executive functioning powers required to organise and synthesise what’s in my mind, to present it to an external audience. At other times, the very fact that I have set myself the task of writing means that I have made a demandof myself. I have told myself I “must” write. And the moment my brain seizes upon the notion of the imperative, some inner refusal mechanism kicks in.

But very often, it’s something far more mechanical.

I found myself in a Twitter exchange a few months ago about how there are times when I’ll have phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and entire, in-depth arguments and treatises swirling around in my mind, only to discover that – when I attempt to commit them to the written form – they are not there.

Being…

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Laina Eartharcher

Feet on the ground, eyes toward the sky.

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