Writing with Distractions Without Screaming Like a Banshee

I enjoyed reading your post. I hope that the darkness stays away from you.

Birth of a New Brain

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Name that banshee!

It’s pretty quiet in these parts, and I’m overjoyed to tell you there are no rodent adventures to report.  I haven’t spotted any errant hamsters in the middle of the night, nor have rats taken up residence in my new Schwinn elliptical…yet.  

The past week has been Spring Break for my daughters, which means I lost the luxury of quiet chunks of writing time. So I did my best to pretend that I was one of my favorite authors, Madeleine L’Engle. (Ha!  I wish I had .01% of her talent, but that’s a subject for another post.)

Dy & Madeleine #1

Yep, here we are in 1997 – Madeleine L’Engle, me and my double chins!

No, what I mean by pretending to be Madeleine L’Engle is that during her many interviews she remarked that she could write almost anywhere, with any distractions.  As a child L’Engle was sent to boarding school…

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One comment on “Writing with Distractions Without Screaming Like a Banshee

  1. dyane says:

    Hi Kathi! I was so honored that you reblogged my post. I hope with all my heart that the darkness stays away from both of us and our loved ones.

    Take care and have a wonderful weekend.

    all my best to you!
    Dyane 🙂

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