Thursday Three #36

  1. One of the most exciting things about moving to a new county is that I now have access to their library system! The county I’m in now has way more books than the one I was in, so a world of possibilities has opened up. At some point in the last month, my World War II obsession resurfaced, so the new library has been excellent for fueling my research.
  2. In high school, I hated 80s music with a fiery passion (and to this day, I don’t really know why). Now all of a sudden, I can’t stop listening to it. “Heaven Is a Place on Earth,” “Photograph,” and “Sweet Child o’ Mine” have been stuck in my head for several days now, and they’re not annoying me yet.
  3. I just realized that when people have problems, the problems are often referred to as “issues” or “episodes.” Why not “chapters”? And why aren’t chapters in books called problems—as in “Problem 1,” “Problem 2,” and “I divided my story into problems”? Maybe that would make it too obvious that stories are all about creating and resolving conflict. 🙂

Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!

2 thoughts on “Thursday Three #36

  1. I feel the same way about 90s music as you do (or did) towards the music I grew up with in the 80s. Around 1994 or so music pretty much stopped for me as I became busy as a husband and father. Just no time for it.


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