I do like that I’ve made a commitment to writing. Well at least to posting – I’ve managed to put something up every day. I still have a feeling of accomplishment however fledgling; that I’ve created something, taken one step closer to my goal, created a routine of blogging.
So far I’ve shown you a lot of images, but I haven’t shared a lot of words. I’m hoping this will change – I do have things to say. Right now, with the stress of work and the fear of failing, it’s all muddled into a giant puddle in my head, needing to be sorted and categorized and mastered.
In the meantime, I have pictures.
That’s how the words start in my head, after all. I am truly grateful for the daily prompts and photo challenges giving me an opportunity to show you these images; the seeds of my words, the foundation of this new habit.
Coincidentally, this week’s WordPress photo challenge (and this day’s writing “cop-out” since I spent the entire afternoon cleaning the loft and doing unskilled surgery on my vacuum cleaner):
“Show us something that’s a HABIT. Capture a moment both constant and fleeting.”
Many bloggers posting to this challenge have shown moments from the habit of their daily lives. It’s a lovely window into their uniqueness, illustrating the individual behind the post.
Here’s a snippet from some of my my “habits” – a snapshot of a typical midweek morning. I hope you enjoy the look.