What does that really mean? Is it a comfy place where we all fit in? Is it middle ground where we agree? Is it where we might actually find world peace? OK that last one is incredibly doubtful. Too many people aren’t comfortable in the middle. We all want to stand out in some way. I’m no different in that aspect.
We get interrupted in the middle of things (as in just now when I was asked to get a second dose of medication.) For me, that means losing track of everything I was doing, so it can be rather annoying. We’ve all been in the middle of a crowd (and I find that quite terrifying since I despise crowds.) We have a middle class at a mental war with the lower and upper classes (and how insulting is it to be called lower class by the way?)
I guess, in life, I can be comfortable “In the middle”. Being on top or at the bottom seems to be even more stressful than where I am now.
(Hey it’s supposed to be a free write. Welcome to the ramblings that go on in my mind.)
Have a great rest of your Friday!
Five Minute Friday:
Thursday, a one-word prompt will be announced on my blog at 10pm EST.
The link-up is open for a full week, until the following Thursday evening.
Oh, and before the prompt is revealed, many of us like to connect on Thursday evenings on Twitter at the hashtag Come join us and chat all things writing, chocolate and cupcakes!
To participate in Five Minute Friday, all you have to do is write for five minutes on the word of the week, post your words on your own blog, and link up the post here (via the InLinkz button at the bottom of the post). Be sure to add the actual permalink to your specific post, and not your blog’s homepage (e.g. http://katemotaung.com/five-minute-friday/ and not just katemotaung.com).
This is meant to be a free write, which means: no editing, no over-thinking, no worrying about perfect grammar or punctuation.