What I didn’t write about today:
Driving to work this morning…
Thinking about a poem for Heidi’s MarCH challenge. Today’s word was clutch.
get a grip!
Won’t let go
I need a dictionary.
Or a thesaurus.
Oh wait. I shared this book with a group of fifth graders toady. The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus, by Jen Bryant and illustrated by Melissa Sweet.
Later, at home…
On the treadmill.
Reading a chapter from Kate Messner’s 59 Reasons to Write: “Point of View, Voice, and Mood”
“What would this object say?”
I look around.
What a weird conglomeration of stuff there is in this basement!
My eyes settle on my son’s collection of antique hand held planers.
Think of all the wood they’ve caressed,
boards they’ve smoothed and
readied to become a table or a bookcase.
At my desk
What to write about?
I have no idea!
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5 thoughts on “Slice of Life: What I Didn’t Write About Today”
A day of “no ideas” like this is a lucky one indeed! 🙂
A day filled with rich thinking! Love The Right Word. I keep hearing about 59 Reasons to Write, may be time to purchase it. Someone who can brainstorm like you doesn’t need a thesaurus.
And snap a day goes by, but there were things to write about and you found them.
I have been so tempted to write a random post like this. Do I have permission? Sometimes writing is so hard?
Love this collection of thoughts that ended up working in perfect unison for this slice!