The first thoughts (as the coffee welcomes me) are the focus of my morning writings.
It is the way that each day begins which encourages me to peck away at these keys. If I’m exhausted from the previous day of labors, I usually spell it out through the frustrated choice of word. If I’m cool, you get cool. If I’m amazed by His craft, you get the glory to God. So on, and so forth.
I often wonder how these words that I share are interpreted by the person who reads them?
I enjoy simplicity. I’ve never been one who cared for the usage of words that some would have trouble defining. I sometimes misspell words, and the punctuation may be incorrect. The message is what I strive for. It irks me to begin reading posts that are so full of, “flawless grammar”, and words that most would have to look up. It causes me to move on, quickly. With all of this being said, I spend my time putting my writings into simple form, with a message that nearly any reader can understand. That’s the intention, anyway.
Unfortunately, the message is often misunderstood.
No matter what I choose to write about, I have a reason at the time. If my readers want to know, I encourage them to ask. Most times–just like a Facebook junkie–there are only “likes” that appear. This new form of communication has taken the world by storm. Just give them a thumb in the up position. Good enough…?
I’m taking this time to encourage readers to give me some feedback. If you like it, tell me why. If you hate it, say it.
I’d like to know how the writings affect my followers. I’d like to hear how you can relate. How you see my words. Everyone writes for a reason, but how do you see others’ writings?