When There Are No More Words Left to Write
This week, as well, I have been intent on actually taking the time to learn and take a class or two from the various places from which I still receive emails.
This is also the first time since consistently writing that I have messed up my schedule because I didn’t plan.
I missed it.
I missed getting out four posts this week.
But I’m here today because I have too much in my head, too much knowledge, too many opinions and endless stories that I wish to tell.
Boy, do I want to tell you stories. I have them, in my head. But I need them on paper. (Is this paper?)
And I want to improve. I want to be a better writer. I want to be a writer that people love (did I just say that out loud?) I want to be an author of books: children’s books, novels, and educational material. Yes, educational material because I have a lot of knowledge and there are people who need it.
So, I’ll keep writing until it’s all out of my head, until I have no more words left to say, until I cannot write anymore.
Until that happens, I hope to grow, adapt, learn and change.
This has been a Finish the Sentence Friday post. This week’s topic is “Sometimes, I wonder about my writing. I keep on and on because…” Feel free to adapt the sentence to “I write because…” or “I wonder why I write…
Your host is Kristi from Finding Ninee.