I usually try to write something for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge, Paula’s Monday Peeve, Dr. Tanya’s Blogging Insights, Sadie’s What Do You See and Melanie’s Share Your World, but I don’t always make all of them because life gets in the way. If I can avoid interruptions, then I can get a lot of writing done and although my writing does get interrupted, I can usually pick it up again at the point where I left off at. If I am in a conversation and I get interrupted, anything can happen from there, as I could lose my train of thought and switch to a different topic, so you never know. If a rude person cuts me off in a conversation, in the grand scheme of things, this will most likely be annoying and unpreventable. Some people enjoy throwing their two cents in and this will wreak havoc on me being able to finish what I was trying to get out, so I would say that “writing is the best way to talk without being interrupted.” I wasn’t sure where I was going with this Blogging Insight, but I am satisfied with the way it came out.
Written for Blogging Insights New Format #12 by Dr. Tanya where she asked us to comment on the idea that, “Writing is the best way to talk without being interrupted.”