mixed metaphors & musical matrimony

I’ve been hitting the playlist kind of heavy lately. You don’t have to guess what song that reminds me of. Suffice to say, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about just how much joy we as humans seem to get from sharing our favorite music with other humans. There’s a long list of reasons, but they all eventually lead back to one explanation. When our own words fail us (or when we fail them?) music speaks and we all know, no matter what you’re going through in life, somewhere somehow there’s a song for it–kind of like those greeting cards at the drug store in the 2 for $1 section.

As for my writing, I suffered through a couple of drought-style weeks of barely any writing at all. I was uninspired and thirsty as all get out, which is funny because the weather here was so rainy during that time that maybe talking floods and droughts is inappropriate. I’m already starting to feel dizzy. Hang in there, I’ll try and bring this one home before I crash and burn. 😉 Blah, blah, blah, when it rains it pours. This story is gushing out of me from all openings. I can’t get it down on paper quick enough. And by the way, lately, I feel like one of those witches on the vampire shows who has used all of her power up doing some crazy intense witchy-woo and when it’s all said and done and she’s saved the day, she falls over and curls up, sweaty and mentally drained of every last ounce of energy…Is this a thing that happens to other writers? Maybe I’m just weak in the head. I should do brain aerobics or something. That could be a post for another day.

#nowplaying Eric Church, Record Year

2 thoughts on “mixed metaphors & musical matrimony”

    1. 🙂 I’ve never given birth and I don’t know much about it, but it is very exhausting walking around with a story in your head, struggling to get it all down on paper before it’s too late. It’s been a very long time since I actually took the time to sit down and write something new, so perhaps I’m out of practice. I know that people suggest not blogging personal things, but I find, lately, blogging is actually helping me weed out what’s been hanging around collecting cobwebs in the back of my mind, so I can better focus on other, more productive things, so there’s a plus. I don’t know how you write a short story every single week and blog full-time, especially since your blogging is actual information and not just brain juice. haha Thanks for coming by and for the comment, Alex. Hope you have a really nice Monday.

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