Few moments are so conversation-halting as when the Generation Gap rears its ugly head. A jovial discussion can be ruined when a middle-aged woman makes a joke about “Dark Side of the Moon,” only for her pre-teen son to furrow his eyebrows and ask “What’s that?” On the other hand, when that same woman mentions an arcade game she played in high school and receives a quite positive reaction, something magical happens. You know that that arcade game has to be something special in order to bridge two generations.
As promised, my second try at free writing was much better than the first. What I forgot to mention before is that spleling, grammar; and p.unc/tuati”on. are meant to be left to the wayside when free writing. This is so that the writer will be able to write as quickly as possible and let ideas flow forth instead of pausing to make revisions. As much as it pains me to leave these untouched, their hideous mistakes need to be left alone. It’s one of the essential qualities of free writing.
Anyway, here’s a picture of two hedgehogs.