Months back, I had the resolve to better my writing and to just keep on writing. When I finally attended a formal writing workshop, I was quite proud of myself! After a round of inspiring thoughts, I was ready to spring into writing action. A few days after “Write On!, ” I stopped writing for more than three months.
For many people, even for non-writers, writing serves as an outlet…a harbor that keeps someone’s sanity in place. Even I, when I read can sense how a writer pours out his emotions and thoughts into a harmony of words. I am constantly awed by the lengths of creativity that writing embodies. Through pain and sadness, through joy and happiness, a masterpiece is born. And so, I was really sad when I just…stopped.
Difficult times almost drowned me. So much pain and hurt were around. I could hardly get a grip of myself. I tried to write how the pain felt. I can’t. I tried to write about the blessings I counted. I couldn’t. For a long time, I was numb, struggling to do things that were supposed to be done. I am still in the process. But this week, I was able to write again. It felt really good. And as I opened my reader again, I took note of some bloggers who just, “Write On!“
- The Green Study. Her piece on writing is just tremendously real. That’s what I like about her blog. Her thoughts are real and riveting. A lot of things that most would not want to confront but are actually true, she talks about it in a real, honest way.
- AtlantaMomofThree. Valerie is so consistent! She comes up with stories, contests and other creative ways to connect bloggers all over the world. She does this so with easy writing.
- The Dainty Mom. For Martine, writing is a way of living. She lives a pretty life but what I love about it is that her hard work and diligence transcends in her blog. You can tell it’s not just pretty, fluffy stuff.
Now that I’m right back on, I just hope to just write on!