[Media Meandry] Descending Retaining Paragraphs

There’s a part in my first novel where two characters are jumping down a retaining wall. One easily jumps down and continues on, while the other nearly stumbles down. I don’t typically write action scenes like this, because what really exciting ever really happens in life? How I alternated between both characters could have been more effective, but I find these sorts of linguistic, lyrical patterns in media fascinating. It’s almost storytelling in multiple layers.

Spoilers?: Minor (novel writing meandries)
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[Media Meandry] Visiting Their Apartments

There are certain memories I tend to have of events I’ve never experienced that take place in “The Story.” I’ll imagine scenes from days early on into John and Trishna’s relationship. I might be reminded of these scenes by anything. If I see a digital dresser in a videogame, I might imagine how Trishna’s dad and John built that dresser. These scenes fill my thoughts like memories of going to the city or the beach…

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[Sober Living] Tripping Over Insurance

After seeing Doctor-Number-Five, I filed a formal complaint with my insurance company about my grievances. Although this Tripping On [The American Healthcare System]” series has provided some interesting writing content, I still would have preferred everything get resolved the first time, or the second time, or the third time, or the fourth time... If that was tedious, try dealing with these mindbender headaches, or, this insurance company. About one month later, I received this reply:

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