Writers are a special breed. We have unique qualities that help us make music with our words. Those same qualities might also put us in the loony bin, but isn't it worth it?! So, pull up a chair, let's explore our "specialness" together through the A to Z Challenge. If we can understand our attributes as writers, we can be cured, right? Dawn (P.S. Thanks for stopping by. Writing is lonely and I need your company!)
A writer can be...
producing upheaval or agitation in a creative or productive way
I often feel this way when I take on a new project (in writing, skits, or ministry). In the beginning I am panicked, but as the project goes, the energy flows and something exciting is created. (I think "yeasty" is my new favorite word.)
Tell of a time when you were yeasty?
Here are two times that I really felt yeasty! (God had to get me through them!)
*Writing the curriculum for a women's retreat. *Directing our church's Christmas play (70+ volunteers and 1000 attendees).