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(Ad)venturing Outside the Tardis

 

 
My mind often feels like Dr. Who’s flying blue box: It’s bigger on the inside, and that is just the way I like it!

I have entered a period in which serving my family means being much more active outside the Mind Palace. I have not thrown away the key to my writing space but it will probably gather some dust between visits. All the external activity quiets my inner dialogue enough to make creating difficult. For now, at least. Plus, my computer is broken, and a fix will have to wait. I do not like posting from this work-issue iPad.

I am on a different kind of adventure, one that is no less satisfying. It’s just different. Think of me in my in my pith helmet and carrying my binoculars. 

I will send you a postcard now and then.

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  1. Best post title ever. I hope things settle down for you soon because you’re a gifted writer and I always enjoy reading the wonderful things you create inside your Tardis.

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  2. I think we all get to the place where we need to give writing a rest. I know I have. But then you will know when it’s time to pick it back up because your brain will force you to.

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  3. Enjoy your adventure. Though it’s on the outside, I get the sense that you are embracing it. Looking forward to the postcards 🙂

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  4. True North has shifted for you, taking you in a different direction and on a new adventure. But it all works together, Jane, and when the dust settles, you might be surprised at the new perspectives and writing plans that emerge. Enjoy!

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  5. I hope this new exciting chapter of life with your family goes well and that you also have time, now and again, to fit in your writing and creativity.

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  6. Enjoy yourself, and till we meet again…

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