it's the last week of 30 days of (something)! my, how this month has flown by.
i am so very glad i started this writing practice. i find it immensely helpful to type the gunk out of my head in the morning. it seems to leave my mind more clear as i start the day. additionally, writing every morning means that i am more likely to jot down bits of my dreams, which i like to analyze every so often. (i'd do it more often if it weren't so time-consuming.)
a funny side story .. apparently part of me is rather excited about the idea of signing up for nanowrimo because i had at least five ideas for novels last week. one of the ideas was a gift from a dream. in my dream, i was reading a story, and i skipped to the end because i had to find out what happened. (i do this in real life all the time, both for books and movies. it made me laugh when i did it in my dream too.) after i read the ending, i said, "hey! i should write this story down for nanowrimo!" and then i woke up.
i am still going in and out of flow, and i am becoming more and more convinced that it truly is my word for 2012. it reminds me of how i found this year's word. i focused on trust for a week, and then for a month. sometime during that month, i realized that what it really needed was an entire year.
if you are joining in and want to check in on this post, i would love love love to hear from you. regardless, know that i am happy that we're all in this together, and am cheering you on.