8.07.2008

Scrambling

I'm really sorry about not finishing the story of Janice. I got an email today asking me to write more about her; I wish I could. When I figure out what I want to do with her, I promise I'll write the rest of the story!

Also, what is it with stubborn EMS motorcycle riders? I'm not calling you out, friend, but really. You worry me.

And lastly, can someone please give me a prompt here? I'm struggling. Just give me a word or a sentence or a type of call to write about--please!

Take care out there,
Sam

Okay, so I lied. This is the last thing. Please don't forget to submit your entries about your favorite word! Learn more about the contest here and here. I swear I'll stop bugging you about this soon, but it's super important to me! Thanks; you all are the best :)

3 comments:

Ambulance Driver said...

"Also, what is it with stubborn EMS motorcycle riders? I'm not calling you out, friend, but really. You worry me."

Hey, I resemble that. *grin*

Silent Owl Scribe said...

Loneliness. We all experience it, but, what exactly is it? You know?

Anyway, I should go now. By the way, I am surprised. I thought that you are an artist...writers are the ones who say that they don't know what to write next...artists? An artist remains silent. Uses what is around them, and manipulates their surrounding...and molds their current environment or events into works of art...or at least interesting stories. Just a thought. later.

Lodo Grdzak said...

Do you find men easier to treat than women? Professionals easier to treat than blue-collar people? Are most people so anxious to see you that they'll just automatically listen to your instructions or is it a struggle at times? Do you always work nights or is it days? Does more stuff happen at night or during the day? Are the kinds of injuries different at night than in the day? Have you yourself ever needed an ambulance? Have you ever seriously disliked someone you were trying to help? Have you ever not wanted to help someone?