In the zone…I am not. I try to be, but it comes and goes. I missed yesterday because I had to the work the farm and then we went trail riding. I did take some pictures on my phone but only of the horses that you’ve seen a hundred times over and will probably see a hundred times more (so with that, I spared you). By the time I got home, it was late and I was quite tired so writing and photography I did not.
I don’t really have anything to ramble about today. I am thinking about setting “Practices.” Practices seems like such a strange word to use. It kind of annoys me to be honest, but right this minute I cannot think of a better word. Of course with that said, I suppose I should give you some context to my meaning.
On Facebook, I following a writer’s studio here where I live. As we know, I have been trying to get back into writing and so I’d like to attend workshops and what not. Of course most of their workshops are way out of my price range. Hundreds of dollars out of my price league, so I’ve yet to attend any. Anyway, today they posted a blog post about an upcoming workshop and in this post they talked about setting writing practices. Basically repetition to keep in the habit and to open up pathways to better writing (or something like that). It made sense.
It is also something that I’ve been thinking about for sometime, I just didn’t have a name for it. It is something that I’ve been wanting to do for a while. Set “practices” for certain things. Practices…yeah, I really need to figure out a different word. Some daily…I don’t know. I will think of something.
I’ve lost my train of thought, though. In the middle of writing this we lost power. Some careless wanker forgot it was wet outside and hit a pole causing us to be without power for a couple of hours. It gave me an excuse to sleep, which I am sure I’ll regret tomorrow (considering I should be getting ready for bed now). I’ll try this ramble again tomorrow.
Have a beautiful day and tomorrow.
Montana Rose Photography