I am not the best writer. I don't even think I'm really that good a writer but writing is my outlet and I enjoy it from time to time. Does it matter that no one reads what I write? Not really. I like just being able to spit out stuff without having someone else judge me - whether it's my writing or what I write about. Granted, I probably deserve some criticism since I dole it out every chance I get but I'm not particularly ready for criticism just yet. Hypocritical? Probably.
On an entirely different note, I thought about one of my weird quirks yesterday and was wondering if other people do it too. What is it? Hmm, how do I explain it without seeming like a mental case? Let's see. I have full-on conversations in my head. No, I don't talk to myself. It's more like, if I had a chance to talk to so and so the conversation will go like this. Well, I guess it's like talking to myself, haha. And I also like to replay conversations I already had and try to improve on it. A professor once told me that it's a good thing because it makes me a more effective communicator. I wonder if she was right. I think I got the talking down pat...maybe I need to work on the listening (my ADD always gets me in trouble in the listening department).
I love to talk - about anything and everything. Where do I come up with the stuff I talk about? Who knows? I think it's because my mind is constantly moving at about 100 mph and my mouth can barely keep up. It's probably where the writing comes in too. Whatever I can't talk about comes out on paper (or sometimes, my computer).