I am alone
It has been a while since I write. I was not schooled to write but to count and to account. The latter ran out of me, the former stays until today. My professor in Speech in the Fall of 2011 in Montgomery College, Rockville, MD., USA, said that he has opted to learn English than Math as opposed to his friends in college because in English the opportunity is limitless. He said that there are thousands and thousands of words you can shuffle and convert into a beautiful story, while Math being an exact science, is limited. My professor also teaches English. He is also into cinematography. Last spring season, he sent me an e-mail if I was interested to enroll in cinematography. I don’t know what he saw in me. To the eyes of my professor I was too old to study the 3 Rs, and he suspected I was just passing time.
This Fall of 2011 I was trying to enroll in his class in English 109 – Writing for Technology and Business but it was full. There are at least six people on the waiting list. I backed out from his class. To support my grammar, I also enrolled in English 107 – College Vocabulary Development. As you can see, I am not “on top of the situation” here. How I got myself into this writing business, I really don’t know. What I can tell you right now, I just follow the desire of my heart.
This is my earthly desire. To write. But the words are limited. The flow is rough. I can only think of one thing. I am alone. And I know I have to do something.
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