White November

Good thing: I have an injury. Brilliant. A hole in the racecourse. I’d better have gone hunting instead. Holidays to the Philippines: cancelled. My friend is going to be mad I’ll miss her wedding. She is going to remove me from her friend list, that’s for sure. I dream of white beaches, instead I see the white curtains of my hospital room. NHS says food choice and quality 96,2% among the best but I still find it disgusting. The nurse did get her eyebrows done, threading of course. But she looks stupid, no expression on her face. At home we call them Seagull wings. No offense to seagulls. Seagulls are very clever. They learn, remember and even pass on behaviours, such as stamping their feet in a group to imitate rainfall and trick earthworms to come to the surface. A month has 30 days, approximately 730hours or 43. 829 minutes. That’s a long time to spend in a room. Jacked potato or mashed potatoes?

Writing exercise from 05 lecture by Andrea Mason: (Un)creative writing in the Digital Age

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