Scheduling Future Notes [F]

When drafting a postmortem blog post that reads close to a premeditated death note…

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Probably best to stop. Don’t revise. Just stop. Tell me I am not the only blogger who has done/thought about this though? If it can be arranged, isn’t it only logical to do so?

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Write a final few words of endearment I mean, in the event of one’s own premature fatality. The idea just appeals to me is all. As an affirmation of our love for one another, our cares transcending far beyond our time is quite beautiful. Like a new memory resurfacing, or a lost love letter read for the first time. Aside from the odd spelling mistake, how could this possibly be a bad idea?

“The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe” ~ Gustave Flaubert

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~ by Fionnlagh on April 30, 2015.

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