Create a short story, piece of memoir, or epic poem that is 26 sentences long, in which the first sentence begins with “A” and each sentence thereafter begins with the next letter of the alphabet.
Aaaaah!! my OCD little mind exclaimed at today's Daily Prompt.
Blogging is something I love doing, but cannot always find the inspiration for.
Classically I'm a touch scatter brained but there is something about alphabetizing that makes my heart happy
Don't take this to mean that I can't ramble because I can, but oh to alphabetize.
Eagerly I grabbed my iPad and sat down to write what I'm sure will make little sense to anyone but me.
Firstly, I think about 1 million times faster than I can type and I promise you that mentally I have already moved on to a new subject.
Good news is I am typing this as I think it so I am easily reminded of what I was thinking 10 seconds ago.
Hopefully people will wade through the chaos to read the tender happiness that has been brought about by this prompt.
I wish I knew how to make alphabetical pages on my blog, because I would if I could.
Just the other day I took my entire desk apart, just so I had the chance to realphabetize my employee files.
Knowing full well that my love for reorganizing things probably isn't “healthy”, I still love how it calms me.
Leave me alone with a scrabble set and I will quickly separate each of the different letters and sort them alphabetically.
My mom spent years trying to understand how upset I would get when things were not properly alphabetized.
Now that I have come to terms with it, I wish she could see how I thrive.
Openly I will admit that I should probably “work out” why I love the alphabet and the numbers five and eleven.
Physiologists would probably have a field day with me.
Quietly I will just tuck that little secret back into my private stash, and hope that nobody ever notices how I love to rearrange their medicine cabinets alphabetically.
Really I'm trying to be helpful because aspirin has no business being next to Zofran in the cabinet.
Secretly I hope that they notice the error of their ways and leave the cabinet properly arranged.
Thankfully if anyone has noticed, they've never said anything.
Usually people will ignore the idea of people going through their belongings and I hope my family and friends do the same.
Very amusing fact, people who alphabetize tend to lose things less 😉
Why don't I organize by color, expiration date, texture, anything?
X-Rays are not my favorite thing because they are so unrecognizable to any one person.
Zebras must get annoyed with always being on the last page of children's books. (What can I say? I ran out of things to write)