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“Thoughts race, as if, in a mind devoid of memory, each idea has too much space to grow and move, to collide with others in a shower of sparks before spinning off into its own distance.” ― S.J. Watson

“Ideas can come from anywhere and at any time. The problem with making mental notes is that the ink fades very rapidly.” ― Rolf Smith

“Bring ideas in and entertain them royally, for one of them may be the king.”― Mark Van Doren

This morning I managed to dream up outlines for 3 novels, a pattern for a knitted tea towel and a recipe for a ‘roasted and smashed potato salad’. Then my brain pushed forward an old sticky note. I had forgotten to embark on my bonsai for dummies course where I will bonsai my first azalea. I have the azalea and the bonsai pot. I must attend to that.

Just a few more pies.


Image “Satsuki Azalea (Rhododendron indicum) ‘Homare'” by cliff1066™, CC-BY-2.0