Writing Inhibitors on Our Shoulders

 

Rural mailboxes along road against vast Idaho backdrop
Rural mailboxes along road against vast Idaho backdrop

Writing With No Inhibitors

by Rita Robinson

My daughter’s junior high school teacher was checking at the counter when I paid for two confession magazines that carried articles of mine. He had taken a summer job to ease the nearly three-month school vacation from teaching.

As he picked them up to scan, he asked, “Do you read these things?”

“Nope, noooo, ahh.” And then I mumbled. “I only write for them.”

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