Lists – Stream of Consciousness Saturday
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “list.” Make or talk about a list. Enjoy!
Today for SOCS we have the prompt word ‘list’. Thanks, Linda!
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Note: This is from a post I did way back in 2015 about lists. Hardly anyone saw it, and maybe it’s cheating, but everything I wrote was stream of consciousness, as most of my writing is. Also, I’d just be repeating myself if I were to try another one about lists, because all this is still true, still the same today.
I like reading lists, I like making lists. Once I did post a list … I listed all the stuff that was in my purse one time…can you hear the crickets? No response whatsoever. Anyway, I make lists, but then forget to take them with me to the store. Or, I make a list, and while reading a list at the store, forget to get whatever it is anyway, even though I’m looking at the list.
I have a weird habit, too. I save lots of my lists. I don’t know why, except they are fun to look at later on…like years later…and then I can laugh at the silly things that are on there that I thought was important enough to write down. And the cryptic words that I’ve used to jog my memory are sometimes hilarious…at least to me, but make no sense to anyone else.
So…back to making a list…for this list post…yeah…so many choices…too many choices of which way to take it. I’m at a loss because faced with too many choices makes me freeze up, resulting in doing nothing. I’ve had fun writing ‘about’ lists, so better get on with actually listing something? Yep…here goes… such a silly thing to list, but hey, it’s something! 🙂
My list of favorite computer games that I play every day, because I like them.
Candy Crush … because candy is addicting.
Cradle of Rome …because it’s match 3, and you don’t have to think of anything about the game, so I think about writing things, when I’m playing it.
Enchanted Cavern …same type of match 3 game.
Scrabble … Words again…it’s always about the words.