Earlier this week I celebrated ten things about my day. When Elsie and Leigh Anne commented on the post, they suggested that I join Ruth Ayres’ Celebration Saturday at http://www.ruthayreswrites.com. So today’s post is doing double-duty today as I share it for #sol15 and for #celebratelu. I recommend checking out http://www.ruthayreswrites.com!
As we near the end of #sol15 I want to celebrate feeling like a writer. For so many years, I didn’t feel like a writer (my first blog post explains this all). I didn’t feel as though my words mattered and I lost so much precious time when I could have been writing. However, I want to celebrate putting those writing demons to rest. They have no power over me. Now, I want to celebrate every word that I put down onto a page, whether those words are good or bad. I want to celebrate those rough drafts and the hours spent revising those drafts. More than anything, though, I want to celebrate writing without fear because now I know that I do have something to say.