If you can dream it, you can write it.

Oh god, now I’m totally mixed up about the order I should place my words in a sentence.

I read a blog the other day about word placement in a sentence. Apparently the British folks, the true brits that is, say we, Americans and all that, place our nouns, adjectives, and such, in the wrong order in a sentence as opposed to the order in which they place their words in a sentence.

I said “to hell with it” to my self and decided to never think of it again.

But now, right at this moment I can’t help but think about that blog again because I want to tell you about a dream I had and I’m worried my words won’t be in the right order.

I looked everywhere for that blog and couldn’t find it.

If you see it let me know.

That being said.

Generally my words have a hard enough time keeping themselves in my mouth at the worst time and out of my mouth at the best time. So I decided I’d write shit the way it moves around in my brain and let my spirit animal guide the order of my words instead of the brits.

Speaking of Sloths, my spirit animal, and the only human non-person thing I can follow, because we move at the same pace.

I literally had a spirit animal dream. I’m still not sure what part he played in the dream but he looked at me, and I him, that was all.

Now for the dream……

I was in a crystal clear pond about to get my swim on. My friends were not in the water yet, just me.

Basically I was wading around in the water waiting for my friends to get in when I looked back towards the shore where they were standing.

Suddenly I spied an alligator lying at the bottom of the pond.

I yelled “alligator!” To warn my friends when suddenly out of the corner of my eye I spied Slothy, my spirit animal. Slothy was slowly crawling up the embankment to get out of the water when he stopped to look back at me. I stood there looking back at him in fascinated delight to see him.

Slothy, is not just my spirit animal he is my human, not a person, muse. He’s really just my stuffed Sloth that I love.

After me and Slothy made eye contact I looked back over at my friends, and before my friend could move, and after I yelled alligator, the alligator jumped out of the water and bit my friends head and held it captive in his mouth until I was able to get over to her and whoop the gators ass into a pair of shoes and a belt.

Okay, that didn’t really happen, it was a pair of shoes and a purse, not a belt.

So, I got my friends head free from the jaws of death and the gator turned and came after me.

Somehow I managed to wrangle that gator like a boss and I walked around with him by his mouth as if he were my trophy.

I think the moral of my dream was this.

Next time make luggage out of the gator instead of shoes and a belt, then, take yourself on a trip, you deserve it for saving your friend.

And finally, if you’re going to make eye contact with Slothy be prepared to write something, anything.

So I did.

3 thoughts on “If you can dream it, you can write it.

  1. Lol we Brits can find weird thinfs to have rules about such as word placement. 😁

    Lol I love your spirit animal 😁😁😁

    Just an FYI the text on your blog posts is really tiny. Not sure why, I check dozens of blogs and yours is the only one I have seen with such small text. It makes it hard to read unless I have my glasses, just thought you might need to know

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    1. Ari, about that tiny print. I don’t know how it happen and I couldn’t figure out how to fix it…🤗 also, I love the Brits. On my mum side we bounced from Australia to Britain, then on to America. Dads side, Canadian to America. So needless to say, “God save the Queen.” I love her.
      Super Sloth writer, here. 😉

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      1. If you click on your Customize button that usually hovers at the bottom right corner, then when the menu on the left appears select Fonts.

        See what your font is. It may be the Theme’s default font, in which case, you should be able to select a different one and test to see if any of the others give you bigger font.

        🙂

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