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    The word "untitled" refers to something that has no title. Documents, works of art, musical works, and other works can be untitled. Generally, an untitled work is the result of a conscious choice by the artist or creator not to apply a title. However, to state another example; many computer programs will use "untitled" as a default title for documents, images, or other files.

    Jonathan Harris said in his story called untitled "Sometimes I think about moving to a new town. I mean, leaving behind my old life and opening up shop in some new place, if not for the rest of my life then at least for a long time and in earnest".

    When I was in my late 30's I had reached the end of the trail diagramed on this map. Indexed as A B C leaving mom and dads home --- followed by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 ... find a small town NO a big City NO a smaller city NO a hipper City NO a boomtown - no no not a BOOM town ... look west - further west (must have snow and rocks for my souls joy) ... small MT village how nice - oh no to small - maybe a college town and a Capital city ... ah yes a few years away from 40 - do I want a baby sometime soon? College as older student fun - inspiring - paint and make art ... find a soul mate, take a chance - make a baby, make food, make a garden in my own yard above the puget sound ... share my life - do my best. Give in - stand tall - go down - very poor time to get a job. House husband good daddy and good house-band. Back to the career I walked away from 9 years before.

    Today I look back as a women of age 66 with a daughter age 26, I am pleased I followed the trail of wandering and joy and pain the journeys the pitches the hikes the runs the craws the standing still.

    I like where I am. Agape.


    PS
    For all my dear fellow storytellers here at Cowbird a few kind words from J. R. R. Tolkien: "All that is gold does not glitter; not all those that wander are lost."
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