|Happy Monday - Getting a Little Writing Done at ShopRite|
"You can taste a word."--Pearl Bailey
My favorite thing about being a writer is the joy I find in searching out a place to do it.
I write everywhere.
I write anywhere.
In today's world of technological advancement, my requirement is notebook, pen, laptop, writing space, WiFi, and electric outlet.
Today I sit in ShopRite. In a sea of autumn colors of pumpkin orange, celery green and crimson red; apples, oranges and bananas stacked high as my near sighted eye can see, as much people action as Grand Central Station, well, almost, this is the place I do it.
Today I work on a writing essay. I am way behind on this effort, and catching up means peddling fast faster fastest. My deadline is early December.
Dang! I urge myself on. Go Linda. Go Linda. Go Linda.
In addition, Soon I will be on the road, taking my writing with me. Adding to my increasing workload is preparation and packing.
My assignment: Looking for other writers, other widows, other artists, people of all mediums, anyone wanting to let this widow writer woman interview them, and allow her the privilege to share their expert advice here and at Griefcase.
Enough about me and my plans to get a little writing done.
What about you?
How do you dear writer get your work done?
What is your plan?
Do you got one?
And, where do you do it?
Care to share?
I dare you.
Today's writing quote:
"A writer is someone on whom nothing is lost."--Henry James
Today's Writing Tip:
When exploring a venue to sit and write, be kind to others. Remember you are in borrowed space. It is important to tip the wait staff. And don't forget to smile.
So why are you still reading?
Go write something.
See you in print,
Linda Della Donna