Hello, fellow scribblers!
Seriously, some Fridays I sit here and have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO SAY. I've already covered the BAKER'S DOZEN EVERYTHING-YOU-NEED-TO-KNOW, and I'm pretty sure you don't want to hear all the hairy details about my latest revision round.
(Suffice it to say that Agent Josh and Minion Danielle required of me a sex change. After four days of staring blankly at the world, I'm on board. This draft will surely be peppered with his/her errors.)
I could tell you about all the FREE CHOCOLATE I got yesterday. (I paid for 3 truffles and ended up with 17, plus 2 other chocolate yums--simply because the gal behind the counter was feeling generous.)
I could squeal about my BALLET CLASSES, which have finally resumed, and how I'm still terrified to leap (because that's how I injured my calf in March).
I could lament at how furiously I'm struggling to find work/life balance. (Because I am seriously invested in power-revising this novel--I'm living and breathing it right now.)
But instead of all that, I think I'd rather talk about YOU instead! Let me ask you this: In all your ups and downs and laughter and tears and struggles and triumphs, is it worth it in the end? Do you see yourself pushing through toward publication NO MATTER WHAT?
And if the answer is YES, what keeps you going?
Share share share! I love juicy Friday comment boxes.
Have a glorious weekend!