A big, fat, chocolate filled, or if you're more health conscious, fruit filled THANK YOU to all who played along with my last post and introduced yourself. What fun!
In fact, I had such a good time reading all your responses and getting to know you that I have some more questions for you. I hope you're game again.
As I read over recent posts on this blog, a phrase that Susan Knight used really made my heart sing. She mentioned, "...getting my head out of the left hemisphere, where it dwells all day at work, and into my right mind." That's exactly how I feel. I appreciate my job enormously, but I work in an accounting office, a very left brained place where I do very left brained things. In my former life, meaning when I was a teenager, I majored in theatre. Now I'm working on a general studies degree with an emphasis in writing.
So, yes, after a day at work my right brain definitely feels like my right mind. My left brain? Not so much.
This leads to my questions of the week.
1) What fills your daytime hours, say 8-5ish? (I'll tell you right now that two particular answers will fill me with
2) Does this activity fill your creative needs? (This isn't necessarily a yes or no question.)
3) If you can't write during these hours, when and where do you write?
(Can I just say that as prolifically as Jolene Perry writes, my guess is that she writes in her sleep? Or maybe she just doesn't require any sleep. You must tell us, Jolene.)
For me -
1) As I mentioned, I work in an accounting office 8-5ish.
2) Negative on the filling my creative needs.
3) I write whenever the heck I can, usually too late at night at my kitchen table so I can be where the family is, that is until they go to bed, leaving me typing away.
Can't wait to hear from you again. And thanks in advance for playing.