Sunday, June 23, 2002

This went out to WDQ today:

Words make another place, a place to escape to with your spirit alone.

--Robert MacNeil, "Wordstruck - A Memoir"

Words have always been my hiding place. Reading is a wonderful escape from reality but nothing compares to the pure bliss of writing when it's going well. You're lifted out of yourself and can float freely in and out of the minds and hearts and lives of beggars and kings, heroes and villains, medieval maidens and 23rd century aliens. Bliss, I tell you, absolute bliss.


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