This is the "tidy" version--which makes Chief anxious. Really anxious. Again, take note of above: how can you work like this? Maybe that should’ve been my tagline…
I realize the whole space is a kind chaos of its own. I tidy in between projects and that bookshelf is next. I promise. That's noisy, even for me.
But I recognize, now, that the editing process really requires me to have clearer spaces then I normally work with. I need to shift gears between stages and projects. It's more important than I realized. Which means a little organizing and tidying. 🤨 Yes, I've paid lip service to honoring transitions, but it's not something that's always valued--you look lazy if you don't keep moving and "productive." Enough of that. I'll pick up, for cryin' in a crick.
One last thing--the yellow mug. So apropos to this story, now that I think of it (meltdown and all). Anyway…that'll get its own blog and Instagram post. I think it's hilarious. "Talking" mugs are, sadly, my new thing. The kids say that’s so "Boomer." I say, whatever. Pfft. The mug's related to the sheriff in my first book, which makes it extra funny. Wink, wink. It's a conversation between characters that I think is lively.
I'm looking to have some better tomfoolery for you next week. Until then, I leave you with the latest blog post links.
Hope you are well and that you find something funny, curious, or thought-provoking to brighten your days.