Beautiful Day

“Have a beautiful day!      “The Local” café sign

“Every sunrise is an invitation for us to arise and brighten someone’s day.”    Richelle E. Goodrich

“Have a beautiful day!” What a lovely invitation, isn’t it? When I saw these four words greeting me on one of my daily jaunts, they prompted me to ponder what goes into a “beautiful  day” in my territory.  Luckily for me, having a great and lovely day usually doesn’t have much to do with the weather: While I love the sunshine, since I’m a Pisces, a
water sign, I also love the rain. So, even if it’s pouring outside — “a great day for ducks” as Dorothy, my beloved mom, used to say — I can be happy as a clam because I feel it’s a wonderful day to be inside writing away. And snow? It’s hot chocolate time! So, here are some of the ingredients that go into the mix of a beautiful day for me:

I’m working on some writing project that I love and hitting a challenging phase and I push past it and something wonderful is waiting for me.

I come up with a bit of “magic” that I sprinkle into a story — something that makes me smile and I hope will make my readers do the same.

I share something with you, my cherished KWD readers, which I fell will encourage and inspirit you as we travel together on our writing journey.

I give a boost or words of comfort and praise to at least one person I know really needs some sunshine and support.

I get an idea for something that would really work well in a chapter or scene and find myself really excited and jazzed about it.

I read something fabulous that delights me and I spend some time noodling around exactly how the writer created that feeling in me — or find something I can use and make my own.

How about you? What does a “beautiful day” look like in your neck of the woods? I’d love to know as we all write on!

 

 

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About karinwritesdangerously

I am a writer and this is a motivational blog designed to help both writers and aspiring writers to push to the next level. Key themes are peak performance, passion, overcoming writing roadblocks, juicing up your creativity, and the joys of writing.
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