I would be a bad prompter/leader/mentor/motivator (whatever you choose to call me) if I told you to do anything but go outside and soak up the sunshine today. Although, I aim to misbehave most days, today, I shall be good.
Go get some sun. Take an old-fashioned paper journal and your favorite pen along. Find a quiet spot and do your morning pages (even if it’s 6 p.m., Takako). Write about the sounds you hear, what the freedom of just being does to your imagination. Go with it. Don’t think it’s stupid. Don’t worry about if it’s good. Just write.
Report back to me about what happened.
Don’t forget out next workshop is May 13th. Put it on your calendar. 6 p.m. North Bend Library Meeting Room.
And now your moment of Writing Zen:
“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.” ~Robert H. Schuller
What did you Write today?
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