A DANGLING CONVERSATION

It’s a beautiful, sunny, -19℃ warm day. A perfect day for our daily ski if I wasn’t so tired. It’s hard to give up the endorphin high but common sense was really knocking hard. Even my sewing for the100dayproject is exhausting. I also get a high from building my log cabins each day. I get great satisfaction from seeing how it builds up from 2 little squares into a 9 inch square. It is the same and different high I get from making a round on my skis and seeing my improved time. And so it is if I can write another daily post. A sense of accomplishment/creation and living up to commitments.

I can pull back a little. I can take a lesson from my log cabin sewing. Not all logs are of equal length. I can ski less laps on days when I am tired. I can write shorter blogs on those days. I had participated in Friday Fictioneers in the past where the goal is to write a story of 100 words. It was fun and it helped my writing. It makes you get to the point without a waste of useless words. I might think about it again since I write mostly for the pleasure of words. I love the flow and beauty of them. I’m thinking of Simon and Garfunkel’s Dangling Conversation as I write this. This is what I hope to create with my writing.

It is a big but worthwhile wish to create beauty. I don’t have to create big. I don’t need a masterpiece to be happy. Just a touch, a wisp, a suggestion that my writing has touched or help someone makes me deliciously happy. I’m rethinking what is content and what my goals are.

5 thoughts on “A DANGLING CONVERSATION

  1. Went cross country skiing, hiking and horse riding with my friends this past Saturday – our temperature was single digits Fahrenheit – i took a 4 hour nap the next day:) thank you for sharing your goals

  2. This is an approach I take as well. I realised that I kind of over committed myself with challenges and other online things this month, so I am being very aware of my energy flow, and cutting back when necessary.

  3. I like the end of your blog, if your blog has touched someone, that makes you happy. I think that’s the bottom line for many of us.

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