I’m sitting here, thinking about another blogger who wrote a “sit in” post. {That which is written while at the place the post takes place}.

I’m here @ McDonald’s (🥴); there’s only so much my girls would eat right now.

We are the only individuals in the seating area and playground.

Our store location is on the corner, from a Shell gas station ($2.29/gallon), Happy’s Pizza (which is disgusting to me!), and this other business I can’t see out the window.

The weather isn’t too cold, just enough to tease us of how Spring feels.

The customers are accumulating, a very odd set of three came in… Two of three in hoodies. I would say they’re high school age.

I’m sitting here drinking a large Dr Pepper. The staff is talking loud enough for everyone to hear. When I worked in fast food, we didn’t talk like that.

Today’s been an emotional day, most defiantly when my mind created problems that I don’t believe existed. I couldn’t get loose from the anxiety. I guess I should be gentle on myself for trying.

Anyway, this momma is utterly drained. Seven thirty can’t come soon enough.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Nova says:



  2. I have never done that, but I’d love too. The closest I get is writing down in a little notebook while eating my lunch or something.

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    1. Nova says:

      It’s easy to do. A mall on a weekend. A park on a nice day. Oh my out in nature with your Poriketes would be so magical but not serving this purpose 😂😂 Maybe the library during the middle of the week. Any place at its prime time would be neat.

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  3. Betul Erbasi says:

    It is interesting how just sitting in a place and watching can make you write things.

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    1. Nova says:

      It really is 🙂 Sometimes, as writers, it’s best just to post about our ” being” right in the moment. We are always creating some imaginative story, or talking figuratively that it creates more of type of writing and not our personal life.

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      1. Betul Erbasi says:

        Right, and I think writing about the moment makes us appreciate both the moment and the writing better.

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        1. Nova says:

          I completely agree:)

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