"Autism & Memoirs of an Old Maid"…C'hele's Story

January 25, 2009

Speed Writing Exercise

Filed under: Writing Exercises — C'hele @ 21:35

Speed Writing: the goal is to write down the following phrases as quickly as you can: “I wish____________”

This was what I came up with:

I wish the world was a more happier place

I wish I would never feel oppression, unhappiness

I wish I would never age

I wish I could live a more comfier life

I wish that the seasons never change its magnificence

I wish that I had a Siberian Husky

I wish I had enough money in the bank so I never have to worry about paying bills

I wish I had nice clothes

I wish I had a man in my life. The right man.

I wish that I had a nice cottage by the sea on acreage

I wish that I had a business similar to Serendipities Backyard- the way it was six years ago

I wish that I knew who God really was

I wish that I wasn’t so tired all the time

I wish that I could travel

I wish that there were more flowers and trees around in the world

I wish that people could feel better about their own lives so that they would smile more

I wish that cancer would disappear in the world

I wish that my daughter will be safe, comfortable and happy when I am dead and gone

I wish that the bad luck that has plagued me my whole life would just disappear

I wish that I had time to paint more

I wish that I could sing

I most especially wish that I would laugh more in life



  1. I hear you singing all the time. Maybe it’s not the kind of singing you have in mind, but you’re doing it, all the same.

    Comment by davidrochester — January 26, 2009 @ 05:56

  2. O.k. I just turned into a puddle of mush David. I needed to see that. Thanks- *crooked grin*

    Comment by C'hele — January 26, 2009 @ 06:53

  3. Laughing more in life is a good wish. I hope it comes true!

    Comment by Corina — February 2, 2009 @ 10:26

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