Day 2 - from Chrys Fey's 30 day writing challenge. Open a book at random and pick a line. Use that line as the beginning of your piece and continue writing from where it leaves off. Pen the first thoughts that come to mind and don’t revise it. (The opening line is from Life Before Man by Margaret Atwood.) Her parents thought she was becoming too wrapped up in these things and tried to give her dancing lessons to make her more sociable. More sociable? In what way would being in a room full of sweaty girls make her more likely to speak to any of them. Probably some sort of leotard would be required. She had no desire to have flesh on display. The more flesh on display, the more tongue tied. That was an obvious correlation. She didn't really understand why they were so concerned. She would speak to them if she thought it was worth it but it clearly wasn't. None of them were as interesting as the people in the books she read. None of them came close to the people she could imagine. They must exist somewhere other than in her head. Well, even if they didn't she liked creating a world where they did.