[Image credit: Paul Brentnall]

Absence diminishes small loves and increases great ones,
as the wind blows out the candle and blows up the bonfire.
~ Francois de La Rouchefoucauld

Brain fart.  That’s what I experienced while writing this blog.  I started and stopped at least a half dozen times and got up from my chair at least as many times as I started and stopped.  I wrote nearly an entire grammar lesson when I realized I’d already touched on the topic.  Then there was the above quote by de La Rouchefoucauld I wanted to ramble about.  But that fizzled out, too.  Kind of like the candle he talks about.  When I was taking my writing courses at ASU, I learned that keeping to a set time to write without stopping is a good remedy for brain fart.  So that’s what I attempted with this blog and, unfortunately, not so much.  Thanks for sticking with me, though.  Maybe my next Yoga session will do the trick.

How do you remedy a brain fart?