I was perusing my quotes again today. (Instead of writing.)
And rearranging and fixing the fonts. (Instead of writing.)
Because since getting a new-to-me computer, the fonts are far more updated, text boxes actually work and this process of "organizing" quotes, obviously, is completely necessary. (Instead of writing.) Or I risk laying awake in bed tonight while the morning hours creep in thinking to myself, "Is W. Somerset Maugham more of a green font sort of fella or maroon?" Or, "Is Veranda exciting enough to highlight a fine piece of Jane Austen's wisdom?"
I am so not joking about this.
I think I might need an actual psychiatrist, an actual therapy couch and an actual session on it.
Nonetheless, instead of writing, I decided to post a few of my favorites, though the fanciful fonts are not supported here, so I have had to make do.
Though think of me when I am not sleeping later tonight.
The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don't. ~Douglas Adams
Do not put statements in the negative form.
Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened. Dr. Seuss