Wow! Week 3. How are your Morning Pages going? Bouncing back and forth between not-so-good and copious volumes of things that have been wanting to come out forever. Memoir getting a little too real sometimes? Or bringing you joy as you remember happy times you haven’t thought of in years? Anyone have any interesting Artist Dates you’d like to share?
I think last week’s “If I had less time” writing was really hard. I had to imagine myself on another planet where the days were only 23 hours long and figure out how my schedule would change if we had less time. Or if we repeated Daylight Savings Time over and over again. Adapt or get buried by your To Do list.
Okay, I guess I’m in a chatty mood. That happens with me from time to time.
So this week is about connections and that time in life when we were learning how to be social. *sigh*awkward*teen years*dating* school dances*football and basketball games*homecoming*prom*
Give yourself time to write your next memoir section (page 49), then take twenty minutes to do some writing about loneliness (page 54). Then Julia asks us to consider doing some volunteer work (page 58). I like the task on page 63, to define a support network. That can be so important.
There is no sentence completion this week, which is a shame because I was really getting into it. It made me think and look at things a different way. If anyone wants to come up with some sentences to complete, please be my guest. Share them here.