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Evening Into Night


Once upon a time, on a beautiful, warm Fall evening, I sat in a university extension classroom of like-minded adults who wanted to improve their writing skills.

I spent much of the first hour glancing out the window.  I wanted to see the moment of nightfall.

I missed it.


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  1. Patience is hard to maintain at every second.

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    1. It was a good class. I thought it helped me get out of my comfort zone.

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  3. Oh, I love this! And, yes, it does go in the blink of an eye.
    Amalia
    xo

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  4. Hope the writing class will be interesting and that you can learn more and write more. That moment to capture the sun setting I have often missed because it does go by so quickly.

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    1. I took the writing class back in the 1980s. I ought to take another one or an art class to help jump start my cuckoo-ness. And not for cocoa puffs, though I wouldn't mind some at the moment.

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  5. They post very short stories on Twitter sometimes. This would fit in beautifully.

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  6. You were, however, then able to write about that very experience. :)

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    1. I'm almost there, writing about it. I remember now it was summer when my left leg was stuck in a brace.

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  7. I never thought about that before, the moment of nightfall. From that thought alone I assume you slayed the class and put the others to shame.

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    1. lol, I don't think so Jeanna. I remember there being some pretty good writers. What I loved about that class was that I felt brave enough to join a writer's group after it was done.

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