Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Last post was about my creative writing, not blogging

Oops!  I didn't want my short little post to mislead you in any way.  I'm  not worried about getting comments here.  What I want to do is free myself from worrying about the audience for any of my creative writing.  My Muse is fighting me these days.  All is well :)  Just super busy! I'm a rookie Daisy girl scout leader starting tomorrow. Wish me luck!

11 comments:

Gerri said...

Luck!!!

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Good luck Kelly.

Yvonne.

the wild magnolia said...

Best wishes Daisy Mom. Have fun.

Jenners said...

You've got to shut up that doubting voice and just put words down on paper and stop that inner critic!

The Write Girl said...

Hi Septembermom,

Hope you are well. I will have to read your earlier post. Sometimes, I feel the same way about writing and trying to connect with an audience. Your blog is your forum or creative space to do as you please! Do you like poetry? There are some very short forms like haikus, lanturnes, etc. As long as you are writing, you can stretch yourself and find more creativity. Good luck!!

The Write Girl said...

I'm sorry I was reading your earlier post. Well, I still feel it applies whether you are discussing creative writing or blogging. Just let it flow naturally! You have so much talent!

T Rex Mom said...

Daisy Scout leader and religion teacher - you wear a lot of hats, Kelly. This on top of all your other volunteering and motherhood duties.

You are amazing!

How was ballet class?

Ken Devine said...

Tell me something you AREN'T involved with? :)

Kim said...

I agree, I love how involved you are with your kids. I really want to try to do the same. I think it's so important for the kids.

Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

have fun with the daisies!

Randi said...

You're the best mom! I love how you are so involved with your children's lives, and in so doing you touch the lives of other children too. You're so right though, in this post and the last one, that you need to write for yourself. You never know how many people are there are waiting for that "self" to speak, so that they know they are not alone.