I’ve seen a cow poop in a pool–that sums up my life!

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I’ve written for newspapers and seen a cow poop in a pool. That, my friends, shall be the title of my autobiography. I decided this after my daughter brought home something she wrote for school.

My daughter is in kindergarten, and for their writing assignments, they can compose a riddle for the other kids to guess. They all start with the question, “Who am I?” And they’re usually about animals. Things like: I have a long nose and big ears and live in Africa. Or, I am small and go buzz and sting people.

The other day, my daughter wrote: “I used to write for newspapers and I saw a cow poop in a pool.” Well, yes, that apparently sums me up in one sentence.  Intriguing enough that it can make a decent autobiography title? I guess so.

It’s always so interesting the things kids pick out as their dominating facts about you.  Hopefully she won’t tell the world about my cupcake addiction (yes, I have a problem; I know.)

If you’re curious about when I saw the cow pooping in the pool, check the blog on Thursday; I’ll recount it then. Have a good day. I’m off to do things that will not be even as remotely interesting as watching cows poop in pools or writing for newspapers.

About RJ Crayton

RJ Crayton is a former journalist who now writes fiction. She's reported for the Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle, as well as the smaller publications Education Technology News and Campus Crime. She has two published novels, Life First and Second Life and blogs for Indies Unlimited and the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. For exclusive content and first looks at her new work, sign up for the newsletter at http://rjcrayton.com/subscribe.
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One Response to I’ve seen a cow poop in a pool–that sums up my life!

  1. Charles Ray says:

    Interesting title – I too once wrote for newspapers, and, having grown up in a rural area, saw a lot of cow poop – but, never in a pool. Look forward to the next post explaining that one.

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