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Any writer will tell you that on any given day, writing is different. Writing feels different. It comes out different. It reads different, sounds different, even acts different.
Writing morphs into whatever you are that day. So writing is never boring. Writing is like life itself–constantly changing and growing and evolving–just as you do from day to day; year to year.
When you wake up in the morning, your writing wakes up. And if you press the snooze button, your writing takes a snooze.
Writing is like a pet that you have to tend after. A horse that you need to lead to water, to see if it will drink.
Writing is like a mirror that you have to look into every day, because if you don’t, you might go out into the world with your shirt on backward or your hair undone.
This is the life of a writer.
Never mundane, never old, never lacking in any way.
As long as you can learn to embrace it, in its constant unpredictability.
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