Clearing the cobwebs

I spend a lot of time putting my thoughts down on paper. Well, into a Word document, to be precise. Other than sharing my ramblings with one or two friends who have to read them, they sit unread. While I am aware that my small essays and poems won’t change the world, I have a burning desire to share them with the world. Call it ego but that is the truth.

Trying to describe what this blog is about has me a bit befuddled. I wish I could say that it has lofty goals but in reality I just want to share the ideas that come to me. I hope that someone other than the two who always read my stuff (you know who you are) will catch a glimmer of the way my brain operates. It’s not as scary as you may think.

Words are the gateway to true understanding. Have at it.

About Julie Brandon

60ish poet/playwright/blogger living near the Windy City
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2 Responses to Clearing the cobwebs

  1. Nan Sampson says:

    No matter who ends up reading your words here, you know I’ll ALWAYS be your faithful reader. Good to see you blogging!

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