Stream of Consciousness Saturday

prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “a word you have to look up.” We all have words we can never spell. Use one of yours in your post and let that word drive your stream of consciousness where ever it goes. Have fun!

Any word containing the “ei” or “ie” vowel blend. My worst word is niece.

My children’s books that I published were all about my great-niece, Penelope.

When my niece was born we were so excited. I was in Florida visiting my father when Bob, my late husband and her uncle, called to tell me that “Susan had the baby!” I immediately asked her name. Penelope! I begged Bob to not go visit her without me.

That night I wrote my book about Penelope. I published it using a vanity press. The only thing I regret about the whole process is that there are things that should have been adjusted or changed in the story but their “editors” don’t really care. Anyhow, I went on to publish four books about Penelope. My niece Susan and Penelope’s father, Frankie are present somewhere in the books as is my sister-in-law.

Anyhow, I am happy that Penelope has the books named after her. Someday I will revise them and publish them with the revisions I like.

©2020 CBialczak

One thought on “Stream of Consciousness Saturday

  1. Piecemeal: A Saga of Peace at a Meal

    It was driving him crazy. having a piece of meal stuck in his teeth after a fragmented, piecemeal dinner like he just put away was eating away at his mind and his patience; in a really piecemeal, gradually, graduated manner.

    Those pieces of meal were hard to eat in large bites, but they could be managed and broken down in a matter that was not systematic as well as in a piecemeal manner as long as each piece of the dinner, that is his meal; were chopped up and elongated as piecemeal as possible and chewed thoroughly –but he thought of the whole process as truly unsystematic; or piecemeal, if you will…taken over a period of time. “Those were great pieces! What a meal!”, he said, unsystematically fractured.

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