Greetings From The Writer’s Desk

They say, arrogant bastards that ‘they’ are, that a picture is worth 1,000 words. This vastly under rates some pictures. Of course, it vastly over rates others.

However, that’s not the point.  I was thinking about things like Project 365.

Well, if a picture is worth a thousand words, and photographic types have a challenge to do a picture a day, I’m creating my own Project 365 to write 1,000 words per day.

However, because as I stated above, some pictures can tell more or less than others, (and because sometimes days just aren’t conducive to writing when you have a full-time job) I’m going to say rather than a word count, I will create one written piece per day, whether it be a short, short story, or a poem, or whatever my thoughts are for the day, so long as it is presented in a creative format.

Of course, sometimes I am feeling more artistic and will draw (badly), or sew, or do other creative things, and once in a while I’ll even share my outlook on life, humanity and gardening.

I hope you will enjoy your stay.

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2 thoughts on “Greetings From The Writer’s Desk

  1. This is a wonderful project! Not to mention a very inspiring one too. I am on a mission and part of that mission is to get myself writing every day. I see you’ve been pretty successful on your project and I commend you! Thank you for inspiring me too!

    • Thank you! I realized that so long as I continue to make excuses like I don’t have time, I’m too tired, I’m not ‘inspired’ that I was never getting *anything* written at all! And that just was not acceptable. I’ve been doing this since the 11th (just took me a bit to get this place set up.)

      I’m thrilled to hear I’ve inspired you, too!

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