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The Day I Forgot my Tablet...


 
Rarely do I get the chance to right during the week, and if I do, it's never during the day. However, I almost always bring tablet. This always give me the option to type of school papers or write e-mails. 

Today, I managed to remember my brand new mouse my Dad got me for Christmas and forget my tablet. This morning, I was sitting in the Library with my mom and sister when I realized that I had finished all the schoolwork to be done. 

On the only day when I had time to write, I forgot the tool to do it. Oh, well. I laughed, brainstormed a bit, and treasured the moments once I got home to jump write into my story. 

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  1. I hate when this happens! When I first drafting, I can do it on my phone on the go, but right now I'm editing, and I struggle to do that without a laptop or cold hard paper.
    Glad you were able to get some writing done that day, any way!
    ~Sarah Faulkner

    Inklined

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    1. Yep, I'm working on a rewrite. Kind of hard to rewrite without the story to rewrite : )

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