Summer has just flown by; I can’t believe that it’s more than half over. So let’s take stock of where we all are these days.
Okay, I’ll go first. I admit that I haven’t written much, but I see that changing in a few short days. As many of you know, I’ve been prepping all summer for a big art fair in Connecticut. High On Hooking, my other venture, will be there selling our colorful and handmade wares. There’s been some excitement, too, as the Country Gazette, our local rag featured me as artist of the week earlier in the season. They liked the art so much, they called to see if they can write a feature article. How cool is that?
So, after the art fair and the interview are finally over, I see August as the month to give to writing. I’ve been missing it, which gives me hope that the dry season is ending. And between the food pantry I run, work with contractors as we prepare our house for sale, various social gatherings, the local Market Basket brouhaha, and surviving summer with a bored, almost 17-year old, I’ve been storing up a bit of material to work from.
You’re turn to share. Tell us what you’ve been working on – besides your tan – this summer. And, if you’re like me, remember this encouraging bit:
The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.