Keep a pad and a pen by your bed

Yes, this was the truth. I finally knew what to do.

I was so sure. It was a brilliant insight.

I brimmed with confidence. First thing in the morning, I would get started. This time, nothing could stop me.

And when I woke, all I could remember was the certainty.

I had no clue what insight had made me so certain, so confident.

How many cures for cancer have been lost because someone said, “I’m sure I’ll remember in the morning,” turned over, and went back to sleep?

Published by WarrenBluhm

Wordsmith and podcaster, Warren is a reporter, editor and storyteller who lives near the shores of Green Bay with his wife, two golden retrievers, Dejah and Summer, and Blackberry, an insistent cat. Author of Echoes of Freedom Past, Full, Refuse to be Afraid, Gladness is Infectious, 24 flashes, How to Play a Blue Guitar, Myke Phoenix: The Complete Novelettes, A Bridge at Crossroads, The Imaginary Bomb, A Scream of Consciousness, and The Imaginary Revolution.

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