It’s Not My Fault

In case you can’t read the writing in the bubble, this says, “This next song was going to be about writer’s block, but … “

From now on, whenever I have a moment of hesitation and I’m not certain where next to go in my writing, I’ll think of this.

Unfortunately, the aftermath of Christmas continues to be a whirlwind here at the Bloggybirdery and I can’t think of much else.  My body is moving, but my mind is still on Holiday.

Look for something worthy of a writer … perhaps … tomorrow?  Maybe I’ll show off my gifts from Santa.  Or tell you about the Christmas Eve party of all parties we attended.  Or, perhaps, we’ll all just sigh our contentment that 2008 is nearly over and work on crafting our Resolutions for the New Year.

Who knows?  Suggestions, anyone?


0 thoughts on “It’s Not My Fault

  1. Speaking of New Year’s Resolutions, I’ve always found that the best way to avoid breaking them is to not make any. I usually don’t, at least to where I consider them to be “New Year’s Resolutions!” I do have my mind made up to get back to a steady schedule of querying later in January, and to get back to a little automotive work once the weather warms up in the spring. I probably have a few other items on my long term “to do” list as well. Whether they end up being checked off as having been done is an entirely different matter.

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas Season!
    Dave

  2. Thanks for your thoughts, Dave. Unfortunately, I’ll make my resolutions so I can break them and feel miserable.

    I realized today that my birthday is the same as Edgar Allen Poe’s. I’m so excited by that news, I just might break every new resolution I make.

    In the meantime, I agree that querying is my mandatory thing to do. Even if my right hand is wrapped in post-surgery bandages, I shall query my little heart out.

    I hope your Christmas was wonderful too!

    Auburn

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