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It’s 11:00 and I’m Finally Writing

imageI’ll make this short because if I don’t, the book will never move.

Work–strenuous.

Dinner–delicious gourmet hotdogs.

Chores–husband is conspicuously missing.

Grading–ugh.

Exercise animals–rabbit hops in blissfully ignorant joy.

Exercise self–dance like crazy behind closed doors.

Shower.

Book–finally!

Writers, how does your average day stack up?

Michelle Joyce Bond

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9 thoughts on “It’s 11:00 and I’m Finally Writing

  1. I’m finally in a good place wrt to a writing schedule. I’ll be blogging on this soon, so I won’t eat up space here, but I’m happy that things are even-keeled for me now.

    Keep at it.
    Daniel

  2. Average days for me Michelle, stack up to be like temper traps, and are relatable to the lyrics of The Temper Trap’s song “Rabbit Hole” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZJdYNJ1CDg

    “Rabbit Hole”
    by The Temper Trap

    I don’t wanna be the only one ’round here
    Everything I’m saying’s falling on deaf ears
    Come to get you if you make another sound
    Make you an example since you call it home
    Anyone who listens is gonna get theirs when the water floods down
    Into the rabbit hole

    Hands up if you think you’re gonna save us now
    Before we shoot the messenger for talking too loud
    We’ll keep you on the run
    We get what we want

    Every which way you go they’re gonna hunt you down
    Making you believe a lot of sticks and bricks can get you stoned
    Cause anyone who listens is gonna get theirs when the water floods down
    Into the rabbit hole

    You think we gone around
    You think we gone around no one
    Just feeding the flame
    Arresting the fight
    And it’s a cold day in hell
    It’ll be a cold day in hell
    Growing up
    Just feeding the flame
    Arresting the fight
    With fire, with fire
    In the rabbit hole

  3. I write when I have an idea burning in my head that I need to get out on paper before my brain catches fire. The more things go wrong at school with my teaching job, a given when teaching in a public school, the more I have burning ideas in my head. There are enough flammable coals up there as it is, that I write something every day.

  4. My day usually stacks up similar to yours. Substitute exercise for errands though. I am always running around doing something. There just isn’t enough time in the day to get everything I want done, done.

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