|graphic by Susanna King|
Then I thought to myself, I could make it less tedious. I could imagine that the rules of insurance are the laws of a strange kingdom (call it "Seguridad"), and I must understand and master these arcane laws in order to win my freedom from the evil queen who has enslaved me. I could even write down the story of my quest (in my copious free time?).
And then I thought, if I have to do that in order to learn these things, should I really be trying to learn them at all? The problem is, I have used this strategy for so many years to stave off boredom that I've worn a pathway in my mind. At my age, I don't think I can erase my proclivity to turn everything into a story. I can only let my imagination have its way, refuse to write it down and try to carry on and be productive.
Our class manager made an impression when she said her proudest moment was dropping out of her part-time law school program - "ought" is an insufficient reason. That said, story writing is a powerful force http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HjVix3xSr9kReplyDelete
Heh. I wonder if my ears wiggle when I'm writing?Delete