Have you ever had a light bulb go off in your head? You know what I’m talk­ing about. That moment when you just have no inspi­ra­tion and you’re stum­bling around in the dark won­der­ing what you’re bump­ing into until the light bulb comes roar­ing to life and illu­mi­nates every­thing?The-Light

We set up this blog site about a year ago with great inten­tions. How­ev­er, when it came time to write I just couldn’t wrap my head around what to write. You could call it mini writer’s block. There was some­thing about the thought that it was a writer’s blog so every post should be about writ­ing. Mis­take num­ber one!

I woke up one day a few weeks ago and the light bulb went on. I real­ized that I don’t need to write about writ­ing I need to write about life. The life of a writer.  Which, by the way, includes much more than just writ­ing. It involves how do you find time to write and what do you write about? The answer is life.

I don’t need to be writ­ing bril­liant and inspired posts as much as I need to just share life. We are all faced with the day to day mun­dane activ­i­ties that con­sume our time and ener­gy. I think that’s why some of us like to escape into a good book.

We can scale Mount Ever­est or take a ride in a rock­et ship to Mars and search for signs of life.  My per­son­al favorite is to do some­thing incred­i­ble and be a hero.

Inspired writ­ing like that comes out of the mun­dane as we explore our imag­i­na­tions tak­ing flight.

I hope you will bear with me as I write about what ever inspires me from my life.  If you want to read my ram­blings and join me on this jour­ney of writ­ing fic­tion and the non­fic­tion that is my life I would wel­come the com­pa­ny!

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