Sunday, 8 April 2012

Health Writer's Month: Dialogue

Today's topic for Health Writer's Month is: Best conversation I had this week. Try writing script-style (or with dialogue) today to recap an awesome conversation you had this week.

Now, I'm going to give you something only slightly related to the topic.

You see, after the Easter Service today, I went out to lunch. For me, that's a long day.  I went to sleep when I got home, then got up to take my pills and decided to go back to bed.  I was going to give the whole Health Writer's Month Challenge thing a miss today.

The trouble was, I couldn't sleep. Having committed to this project, I needed to do something - even something totally half-baked.

So here you have it, something totally half-baked!  I'm not giving you dialogue of a conversation I had anything to do with (except I heard it on You Tube today when someone posted the link on Twitter early this morning before I went to church.)  It has absolutely nothing to do with lupus, or anything else. But if you've had a long day too, you just might appreciate a laugh.

So without further ado - a conversation from the 1955 movie The Court Jester, which has to be the most awesome conversation I've heard this week.

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