Um…it’s August. AUGUST, y’all.
When last we met, it was June and I was walking my way to better. Which I’m still doing. What I’m not doing is writing.
I think my feelings about writing can best be summed up in the song, Sing! from the musical, A Chorus Line. Except where the character says “sing” please insert “write.” (Because ironically, I can sing.)
Lest you surmise that I’ve become a complete slug, I have been doing things.
I’ve done lots and lots of thinking. Mostly on the back deck, whilst taking in some vitamin D and slurping on a frozen concoction. You can read what I’ve been thinking about in “New Thinking About Old Goals”over at the Muffin.
I’ve been reading lots and lots, too. I’ve read the complete series of the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith and I’ve learned SO much about Botswana! But I’ve learned other interesting stuff, too, reading sites like Bored Panda. And of course, I’ve read my email, at least the personal ones. And that’s been interesting and informative, too. (You can see for yourself in “What a Writer Wants from a Professional Critique,” also over at the Muffin.)
And painting! Holy Bright White, so much painting! It’s been kind of inspirational, actually, and you can see what I mean at “Writing Tips, Compliments of the Kitchen Painting Project.” Yep, it’s at the Muffin, too.
Last but not least, I’ve been getting ready for Oldest Junior Hall’s wedding. Which has been challenging in the middle of a pandemic but there you have it; one must make the best of things, so we had a Zoom Bridal Shower. And I don’t mean to gloat, but I sort of outdid myself, making a slideshow for the happy couple. So fine, I guess that is gloating, and you can read all about the splendiferous slideshow in “Storybook Story” over at the Muffin.
Um…I suppose you could say technically, I have been writing.
Cathy–I see what you did there. 😉 You linked several of your WOW posts in a truly clever way.
It’s not only August… It’s almost the end of August!
Enjoy that wedding. I had a cousin who–when their daughter got married–went all out. They had a huge rehearsal dinner with (I know) over a hundred people there. Big tents. Fresh seafood. The best of everything.
On the other hand, when their son got married, their son told his mother (half-jokingly), “Show up, shut up and wear beige.”
Enjoy that wedding. Your son getting married will spark some writing, I imagine.
Well, Sioux, when you only have to be clever every two months or so…Hahahaha!
As for the whole wedding thing sparking writing, I can assure you that many, MANY words have spewed from my mouth. None of which I dare write down (or share). 🙂