I may seem a little quiet to those of you who regularly follow this blog. Although things I want to write are still swirling about in my head and my fingers are still capable of typing, a fraction of my brain has been given over to a slightly more pressing and urgent issue. Which means that although my mind still works, less of it is available to tackle what the whole thing used to take care of before.
Lately, when I approach my computer to write, my awareness that it will take me longer than usual (which was already long) to form a coherent sentence has created an aversion to my keyboard. Knowing that I will not finish even a first draft in one sitting has made me not want to sit.
I think that’s nuts.
To work myself out of this, I am going to lean toward sharing half drafts with you. Because of this, you will get likely get a glimpse of the skeletons my thoughts attach themselves to. They may come in the form of an overheard snippet of conversation without commentary, a random image out of context, or a note to myself to explore a particular concept – who knows.
It’s my hope that re-teaching myself that even the pieces are worth sharing will make the “getting down to business” side of me more likely to honor the process required to enable the whole to emerge.
Wish me luck!