Well, so far tonight I've started and discarded posts on the new school year and how learning is where you find it. And about money management (because my absolute favorite budgeting tool, aptly named, You Need A Budget, is on sale if you have a Steam account). I also thought about writing about Netflix - uh, only reruns for me right now until I can figure out a way to access Falling Skies. Or what I'm reading - all rereads currently.
And I finally settled on asking all of you a question.
When you think of all the things you've written, what are you most proud of?
I'm kind of in a place in my life where I desperately need to write, and yet there are a lot of things that, even if I find the time to write, run around all distracted-like in my brain. So, I started trying to think back to those times when there was that awesome spark and writing was good.
It's funny that the things that first came to mind aren't the best things I've ever done.
Or the most important things, like finishing my thesis - which was a relief, but I'm not sure I was particularly proud of it.
Or even the most recent.
In the end, I think it was a story I wrote when I was 10. How funny is that? But I can still remember the absolute magic of it. That feeling of a world opening up in front of me that I never knew existed before. I don't know where that story went to, but I'd like to think that if I read it now, it would still be perfect.
So, what are you most proud of?