As a young man I had my fair share of the “should I paint my house” angst, but I have learned that I am, quite clearly, most definitely not a bad person. If you aren’t sure, try a simple self-reflection exercise.
I don’t mean a mental reflection exercise, but a physical one. It’s one of those things like the ones you do after you’ve eaten a few bananas: Just get out of bed and walk around.
I know I can be a bit too direct, but here’s a hint: Take a look in the mirror. When you look in the mirror, you need to focus on your own ego. Just like a lot of people do, you need to look in the mirror and ask yourself “Am I really this way?” I know I sound like a broken record, but it’s the thing to do when you start to doubt yourself.
Its a way to get a bit of perspective, but its also a bit of a mental exercise.
The reason for the second part of your post is that you’re a bit of a stickler for how you sound. It’s one of the three key ingredients in the story you’ve just written. The first part is the “bend-out” part. Like your hair is still a bit thicker, but it doesn’t look bad, except for the “right” part, which is the end. You’re in for a long, long time.
The second part is the straight-out part. To the right of the end, you say, “You’ve got a good story to tell for your kids.” You dont quite say that, and thats where the second part comes in. You say, “You just need to make sure your story isnt too long, so theyll be able to keep up with what you’ve got going on.” You’re right.
The first part is called the bend-out part because you get to be the protagonist. The second part is called the straight-out part because you make sure your story isnt too long, so your kids will be able to keep up with what youve got going on. Youre right.
What I like about this part is that the bend-out part is shorter, whereas the straight out part is longer. This is because the straight out part is easier to remember than the bend-out part, and so children can keep up.
The story is pretty simple. The protagonist is an orphan who was raised on an island by a group of Visionaries. He gets on his boat and meets a girl named Lillie. She is also an orphan, raised by Visionaries, but she gets on her boat and meets a guy named Mike. The guy gets on his boat and meets a girl named Amanda. The girl gets on her boat and meets a girl named Amanda. Mike gets on his boat and meets a girl named Amanda.
That’s the gist of the story, but it’s not a story you’ll read out loud. We’re basically taking a bunch of short scenes and putting them in a blender and having the blender run through a loop that makes the scenes come back. The blender can be set up as a movie and it does things like make the camera move, change the scene, and cut scenes.