It’s time for typing assignment #19 of Joe Van Cleave’s YouTube series. This assignment is to write a one-page typewritten piece inspired by something you saw or felt while out and about.
At first, this was a difficult assignment. I thought about how I would always go to Borders Book Stores when I needed to find guidance when experiencing challenges or seeking inspiration, but I couldn’t recall any specific lightning strikes of enlightenment. However, something occurred in my life this week that I went about my usual process – though not at Borders but another book store, of course – and low and behold, there was an inspiring shift in the way I viewed the incident. Hopefully this fits the theme.
This was typed on my 1938 Corona Silent 2S series.
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2 thoughts on “August 30, 2018: Typing Assignment #19”
This kind of in-fighting can occur in creative writing programs, too. Always strange when writers become sectarian.
Thanks for the enjoyable read. Nice machine!
It is what it is and I should have picked up on the cues earlier.
I love the machine. It was listed at an estate sale for $150, but I bought it on the last day when everything was 75% off. 🙂