Is your ‘but’ too big?

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rose
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Re: Is your ‘but’ too big?

Post by rose » January 17th, 2010, 1:24 pm

The gap between the time I have and the amount of "stuff" I have to do would be terrifying if I stopped to look at it, so I just keep plugging. I feel my but getting skinnier all the time.

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JonGibbs
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Re: Is your ‘but’ too big?

Post by JonGibbs » January 17th, 2010, 1:28 pm

rose wrote:The gap between the time I have and the amount of "stuff" I have to do would be terrifying if I stopped to look at it, so I just keep plugging. I feel my but getting skinnier all the time.

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Good for you, Rose. It's the writer's variation of 'Whatever you do, don't look down.'

Thanks for sharing :)
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MoiraYoung
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Re: Is your ‘but’ too big?

Post by MoiraYoung » January 18th, 2010, 4:49 pm

JonGibbs wrote: Isn't it funny how a teeny tiny word like 'but' can have such an impact on our lives?

Congrats on that novel, Moira :)
Yes, like "if" and "when".

Thanks!

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