Giving It Some Thought

Published January 18, 2016 by lynn k scott

Have you ever written something you weren’t sure you wanted to share?  Perhaps the mere exercise in writing was what you were really after?

I wrote a piece recently that I was on the fence about posting.  After posting it and giving it some time, I decided it would best if I removed it.  I didn’t receive any negative comments or anything, it’s just it was such a personal piece that I think it’s just better stored to my flash drive then available for the viewing audience.

I carry my flash drive with me everywhere I go.  Reason being, is for something just like this.  I want to keep my written thoughts, just not always on WP.

Has anyone else done this?

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