After reading one of my short stories, non-writer family members and friends often ask, “Where did that idea come from?”
Thanks to this week’s photo by Sean Fallon, I will not only explain where they come from, but also why some are better than others.
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“You know how cartoons show a light bulb coming on when someone gets an idea?”
“Did you ever wonder what powers that light bulb?”
“No, can’t say that I have, Forrest.”
“And you know how some people have really bright ideas, others shine dim, and some poor folks can’t even make the bulb come on?”
“Yeah, I’ve known a few of those.”
“Well, those light bulb ideas are powered by batteries.
Mama says, ‘Life is like a jar of batteries. Sometimes you get lithium ion, sometimes you get alkaline, and sometime you get a dud.’”
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