Thursday, January 27, 2011

It's Worth It

Mood: good
HEY! I know. I know. I have't posted in a while. I'm sure you're tired of my excuses (to tell you the true even I'M tired of those excuses.) I've been planning on what to write for a while, but yea *insert excuse*. Lame I know, BUT I plan to change all of this. So far January has been crazy. All I've done is PLAN. Planning is my least favorite/ kinda most enjoyable part of writing. When I plan I imagine all the characters, scenes, witty banter (HA!), and just about everything. Everything is so vivid. Well sorta. It's hard to explain how my mind works. It's kinda like watching a movie without contacts/ glasses. Does that make sense? I hope so. But that's what I do for hours a day. I sit and plan. Problem is I can NEVER find the right words to express the scenes which is why I find writing such a challenge (but it's beyond worth it to get my stories written and told.) I know this all might just sound gibberish to you (SEE?!?! I can never find the right words) or maybe it makes perfect sense, but I do have a point. My point is that even though writing can be such a drain in finding the perfect words to describe the world in my head (I won't even get into SNIs or my fear of rejection) it's beyond worth it. Maybe you feel the same way. I just wanted to say no matter what don't give up. Just write. There is no mountain you can't overcome. Unless you're writing about an ACTUAL mountain that is impossible to cross.



  1. If I can't find the right words, I just forge ahead and get it out. I can always go back and alter things. Everything isn't perfect on the first try.

    Also, things may be more manageable for blogging if you break up the text blocks a bit. :)

    I'm glad I stopped by! Have a nice weekend.

  2. I'm very nearsighted so watching anything without my glasses is impossible.