“Perhaps this very instant is your time.” ―Louise Bogan (Literary Granny 2013)
I didn’t particularly feel like sitting at my desk to write this morning. I have somersaulted into the post-traveling blues, my dogs are barking as if the loch ness monster flew over from Scotland and took up residence in our street and there are two PG & E staffers investigating the work that was done on our street this week after the explosion that caused our block to be evacuated as I was flying back to the West Coast on Monday.
This is not the ideal writing environment and I was not in a particularly favorable frame of mind.
Beth just let a shouting barkety bark escape her lips as if on cue.
If I wasn’t involved in a blog challenge right now I probably would have retreated onto the nearest bed and slept the day away, but because I am involved in a blog challenge, I stayed at the keyboard.
I looked at an image: a photo I took and then the same photo, edited.
That simple, five minute edit imbued the scene with an entirely different meaning.
Here: look –
What does the first image say to you?
What does the second image say to you?
How does this relate back to your day today?
Tomorrow – I will answer those questions here – I would love to know if you are joining me in this thought process. Comments, participation, waves to me as I drive down the street: each and all of these simple things make me happy.
This post is Number 16 of 30 and was inspired by the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Throughout the month I will be posting writing and creativity tips especially to make your writing (and your writing experience!) better.
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