Who do you think you are? I didn’t ask for a new character, a new book, a new project. I have plenty going on as it is, ya big bully. You’ll just have to wait your turn. See that line there in the dirt? Don’t cross it. Stay on your side until I give you permission to cross.
Okay, then. Spill your guts quickly, because I don’t have time to play around and figure you out.
12 thoughts on “Get out of my head!”
Oh no! You too! Throw them a bag of cheetos and refuse to speak to them. They’ll chill for a bit. And I hope yours doesn’t go just so far and then say, “I dunno what happens next. YOU figure that out.” Sigh.
Must. buy. cheetos.
Your new character cannot be ignored, and I don’t think you should. She’s too feisty. Go for it. 🙂
Yep. I’ve just met feisty and her name is Gracie.
Yes, go go go. I have pb titles that are doing this to me. I’m in scratch-it-down-quickly-and-go-back-and-make-it-pretty-later mode too. But I like Kay’s Cheetos idea. Mmm Cheetos.
Scratching as fast as I can………
LOL! I know what you mean. See if you can jot down some notes and get back to your current projects. But if your new friend refuses to be patient, you just might have to give in (unless there’s a deadline you’re trying to meet).
No deadline, thank God. I’ll keep listening to see what she has to say. I hope she knows everyone in the story pretty well. She’s going to have to explain them to me.
Hey…fry’em while the frying pan’s hot. Or is that…boil’em while the water’s bubbling. I guess it could be…make toast while the sun shines. No. That’s something else with the sun. Oh, never mind.
I hope you did what you were supposed to do and then got back to whatever it was you were doing.
She’s not a patient one, this one.
good luck on the new project!!!!!