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Free Lunch #40

Hello there you beautiful colorful clouds. It’s pretty late at night for me, but still early enough for this to still be a Free Lunch on time. If you don’t know what Free Lunch is, I just find a device and write for 5 minutes without stopping.

Starting at 9:50.

Today was great because it was ordinary. Other than pizza ordered by our substitute for lunch, everything just proceeded normally. Nothing too bad happened, but I was presented with regular problems. After school I went on a walk to play Pokemon Go, and I was paying attention to the sky, which was very nice today. It looked like there was layers of color in the sky. Red, then orange, then yellow, then fading to blue. Sunsets are nice. I also listened to some good music today, and had an idea for a background on a track I might make in the future. I won’t tell you the idea yet until I figure out how to utilize it in the best type of song. I don’t have much more to say. I did write a little riff on my Guitar today, which will probably make an appearance in one of my songs in the future. I’m also going to try to perfect Another Brick in The Wall Pt. 2 by the Thursday after the next one. On that day I’ll be able to bring my Electric Guitar to school and play on my friend’s amp.

I’m out of time now, and I apologize for this being a short edition. It was written on my phone.

Thanks for reading all the way down to the bottom of this post :z

Dictionary Taboo:

Wear away or change the appearance or texture of (something) by long exposure to the air.

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