Drawing a _____

Here's a glimpse into my life right now:

Writing. It's what I want to do, but sometimes I draw a complete and total blank. It's true. I mean, it's kind of hard to write when your character is knocked out stone cold for about an hour. I'm thinking of reviving him. I just have to get the scene right first. So hard, because each time I get it wrong I feel like he is still unconcious.

I've decided that watching TV is a really bad habit and that I should stop. Because I have so much to do and so little time. Isn't that just life?

The 4-H deadlines are coming up again and I'm sewing down to the wire again. I don't enjoy that.

Bible Quiz is starting up again mid summer and I don't have much memorized yet.

Vacation is upon me, but it's so hard to relax when I have a to-do list a mile long.

Not to mention...

But worrying is a sin. It's the result of not trusting in God like I should be.

Pray for me...


  1. I know what you mean about being stuck with a character. When that happens to me -- if I've tried several times and can't seem to work it out -- I usually end up skipping whatever's giving me trouble, and just picking it up a little later in the scene. Then I can go back and fix it when my writing will cooperate with me. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn't. Good luck!

  2. Thanks for the encouragement and advice, Jenna.


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