I love, love LOVE that somebody saw this chair and thought of me. People rock.
I spent the last few days in Newport Beach and Anaheim, California. I was meant to live by the water, and it sustains me. I felt myself grow and thrive there, and I’m rejuvenated enough to come back to the desert. What is even more important is that my creative tank is full. My husband and I were strolling arm in arm through Disneyland when I suddenly I faced him and shouted, “My gosh, I know how to fix my Work In Progress! And when I’m finished with that first story, I know how to fix the second one! It just came to me!” He said, “Shall we ride the Matterhorn?” I said, “Yes,” and a good time was had by all. Tomorrow I plan to hit the ground running.
Speaking of running, I signed up for a Seattle’s Rock and Roll half marathon in June. I plan to run the entire thing, so I’ll have to do some serious training. Which is great, because I get a lot of my ideas while I run.
I needed a break. I feel refreshed. Writing is exciting, and I can hardly wait to start again. When you’re tapped out, how do you refresh yourself?