Sunday, July 13, 2008

My Favorite Story Archetype

It was brought to my attention that I tend to use the same story structure for 90% of the stories I share. Basically they begin with me just going about my routine, not trying to start any trouble. Then something out of the ordinary happens! The plot thickens as I try to sort out the hullabaloo and get back to minding my own business with a smile on my face. So please enjoy my adventures that I encounter while "minding my own business."


Jack Turner said...

That's great! I love your plot structure and your blog in general. It kind of makes me jealous because I've been blogging on and off for a long time and yours is so much better formed than mine. I just didn't know there were so many cool options in a blogspot blog.

I called Tamara and woke her up this morning to share a song I had uploaded to the internet for her, and while we were talking, I saw the sunrise starting, so I told her how pretty it was. Then a couple minutes later, I told her that she really had to go out and look because it was getting really good. We got to watch the sun rise together, but 3 miles apart :0).

Jocelyn said...

Well, I have to tell you, your blog was the inspiration for my blog. I love how you've incorporated elements from the Aesop's Fables as you tell the stories about your life.

Glad you were able to enjoy the sunrise together. :D

Jocelyn said...

Correction: Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories, NOT Aesop's Fables. Silly me.