What are the perfect weather conditions for writing?
For me there are two perfect forecasts…sunny with a light breeze and a high in the low eighties OR a blizzard. The whole state is under a blizzard warning! It’s so exciting… I’m sure you’d rather hear about writing techniques that'll help you develop your next manuscript into the greatest thing since vegetarian vampires….but instead I’m talking about snow. Not just regular snow. I’m talking about the kind of snow that comes down sideways, blows big wet chunks into your ears and flies up your pant legs. You know what I’m talking about... By the time you've finished blowing your driveway, finger drifts have begun forming a wavy design across your almost clean drive. Yes, tomorrow's going to be an all out stay home, eat chili, work on writing projects, make the daughter wrap presents kind of day…
What are my blizzard day goals (you ask)?
1. Review folktale one and two
2. Submit folktale one or two to at least one agent (yes, I have one in mind)
3. Find a home for three poems
4. Write directions for two craft activities
5. Frame my A ROOM OF HER OWN tea towel (purple and cream)
6. Frame a clay relief tile my daughter made (it's purple...my office accent color)
8. Make daughter wrap all the Christmas presents I’ve purchased so far
9. Call my trainer and tell her the snow is too deep and I must write….
10. Do a mini workout (so I'm not in trouble with Val)
What are you going to do tomorrow?
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