I was looking through some of my Write Quotes this morning and found this:
If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies.
– Author Unknown
It’s a nice thought to keep in mind.
Now, I don’t know about you, but 2016 has left me dazed, confused and downright exhausted. For many of us, this year has been a haul. A heavy slog through the mud to the finish line. I, for one, am glad it’s almost over.
If you feel the same, I congratulate you on getting through. If your 2016 rocked, I’m sincerely happy for you. If you’re ‘meh’ about the whole thing, pass the wine; I’ll join you.
With the holidays here and 2017 fast approaching, I wish for all of us a better and brighter year filled with joy and creative burst upon creative burst.
May your writing flow like an untamed river.
May your soul be filled to overflowing.
May your muse show up to work when you need her.
May you remember to enjoy life away from the blank page.
May you find your way around those aggravating writer’s blocks.
May your ink pens always have ink.
May your laptops always have power.
May you be kind to yourself when you struggle.
May you congratulate yourself when you succeed.
May you get closer to being the writer you want to be.
This is my last post for this year. I’ve been traveling for the past three weeks and am still too jet-lagged to think bloggingly (totally making that up but I’m running with the proverbial wolves here). See you in 2017.
Happy holidays from your plucky rubber ducky.