I've sailed into a slight case of the doldrums over the last couple days.
Perhaps it's to be expected. I have to keep reminding myself that, after having such a successful week last week, the expectation can't necessarily be that the next week will be even better. Sometimes it works that way, but more often than not, a great success requires a follow on period of reflection, regrouping and simple basking in the pleasure of having done well.
I think this tends to lend itself to a softening focus, a blurriness around the edges of the day. But no worries. It isn't as if things have gone South. On the contrary. By most standards, I am doing quite well, and have just today crossed the 40k mark. It's just fun (and funny) to watch the ebb and flow of the tide of my motivations on this sea of a manuscript. How's that for a metaphor? :D
And in honor of said metaphor, and said doldrumic period, I present a great tune from Declan O'Rourke: Marrying The Sea. Had to put the video together myself, from old Youtube scraps and slivers of footage I had laying around. I hope you enjoy it!
And I hope your Tuesday is going well. Happy writing!!