I’ve had enough rainy days already. Give me some sunshine.
Rainy, overcast days are so gloomy. They leave me in a funk. Which makes it hard for me to focus, especially on my current work-in-progress.
Sunny days lighten my mood. They bring a smile to my lips. And, although it’s easy to slip outside to enjoy fun in the sun, I do get more writing done on sunny days. I’m more energetic. More alert. And overall, more productive.
As an admitted procrastinator, I have to be careful and plan outdoor activities for AFTER I write. This can be hard ~ and it will be harder this year, because my daughter and son-in-law have a new pool.
Their pool opens Memorial Day weekend, so it will become more of an enticement for me June through Labor Day. They live 30 minutes away, so the drive is a bit of a discouragement. I won’t be dropping everything and running out the door with my bathing suit tucked inside a beach towel.
Images of that glistening pool water will certainly haunt me though. Especially, while I write on those sunny summer days.
May signals the onset of summer. And I love summer.
We’ve set up our camping trailer at a new campsite. It’s not too far from home. I’ll get some quiet time up there to write, enjoy the sounds of nature.
This May, I had to drop the challenge of trying to write 2 TV Pilots at time.
What the Hell was I thinking!
I switched it up to writing 1 TV Pilot and editing another that’s completed and doing well in contests. Even though it’s doing well, I know it still needs a tweak or two. Might make more “Finals” rankings
What are your plans for May?
Mother’s Day is just a week away. I have to get planning on where to take my mom for that special day.
Until then ~ Keep WRITING!