‘The imagination of the creative, enters into presumed fraternity with the “thing” and ventures, using language and narrative, to furnish the speculative psychological inscape of the object of attention’ – Geordie Williamson, ‘Purer Mirror’- The Australian: Review
Changed a few words around in the above sentence to make it sound better, to me, to thing. Inscape word comes up with red error line underneath letters. Part of thing’s wants to add the word to the dictionary, yet another thing wants to leave it looking partial landscape. Horizon. Yesterday, I left the house to buy glue. Patted a dog named Pug and returned home to a rainbow. After crying, I proceeded to glue some things in the oversized children’s scrapbook, with masking taped kitchen utensil play-set on front. Thing’s deserve an apostrophe.