**First off, I totally suck, I know. I promised blog posts every Tuesday and Thursday and have not delivered. :P I blame NaNoWriMo stress, but do admit that I still suck. I'll get back on the horse, I swear! This week, I doing the posts on Monday and Thursday, but next week I'll do Tuesday**
Right, blog post time.
You know what's super funny? When the river of wonderful words does not flow in you unless,
A) You're supposed to be doing something else, (like say, writing an essay, paying attention in class, eating dinner, or anything else you can think of)
or B) You can't write (when you're taking a shower, driving, going on a date, spending time with your loved ones, buying a dog, and all those other times when you just can't write).
Darn that stupid, cruel river! Why must it thwart you at completing your dream at a convenient time? Seriously, what's up with that? I would not like to be writing while I'm supposed to be taking notes, thank you very much. But what can you do?
The way I see it, you've got two options:
1. Screw It: This is when you decide screw it, I'm gonna write and who cares about History. These words are in my brain, and I'm gonna set them free! Grades aren't all that important anyway, it's not like you need a college degree to get published. Not being super stressed out and slightly behind on your work? Psh! So overrated. Besides, if you're quiet and get at least some of the notes the teacher won't notice anyway.
2. Must . . . (No.) Write . . . (No!) Please! (NO! N-O! NO NO NO!!!): You are not going to let the river control you. You will write when it's convenient and that's that! (But please, the words!) No! You can do it. You can hold those words in your brain. You won't forget them. It can be done. Right?
Let me know if this has a habit of happening to you and which option you take. I find that this is the only time I get any writing done. I'm totally screwed (tee-he-he).
And, as always, comment, comment, comment! I love to hear from you (if there are still any readers left, oops). :)
A good chunk of you already know who I am, considering I sent you here, but for those of you people who found my blog by accident, let me introduce myself. My name is Madison Anderson and I was born and spent little more than half my life in Oregon (US for those of you who don't know and don't want to look it up), so it's no wonder I like the rain. I'm obsessed with Disney (bought myself a Woody doll and I'm so happy :) ) and books. I'm now into drawing, and whenever I get around to it I plan on selling my work. You can visit my art page (someday it'll be website) at https://www.facebook.com/randomart17/?ref=bookmarks