I’m on a high, writing, learning craft, writing, learning craft. Going to writing workshops, seminars, writer’s guild meetings, fellowship with other writers. I love this lifestyle. Runners get a high from running, when a writer is writing the adrenaline flowing can be addictive, a good addictive.
I challenged myself in my last blog to set a goal for my writing. I haven’t gotten as far as I would like but I am working at it. Taking a huge step in the right direction.
Today, like many of the wonderful summer days we are experiencing, I am sitting on my deck working on my craft.
notebook, mechanical pencil (my favorite writing instrument, I have them all over the house. Sam’s Club sells them in bulk),
cup of tea,
reading glasses (does anyone else need these?),
My companion Sammy remains close by.
Occasionally I have to stop to take a picture of the wildlife around me.
Two precious fawns grabbed my attention.
Like many writer’s I struggle with not trusting my writing. If it all depended on me I should be worried but God says write and He will provide the inspiration to make it into something worthwhile. My job is to show up daily and see what He drops into my spirit for that day. It may be to add to my story, maybe to write a blog or perhaps I need to read one of my many
books on the craft of writing.
I LOVE IT.
“When I am writing I am doing the thing I was meant to do.” Anne Sexton