|Today I join my fellow bloggers in|
"serving up a slice" to the March SOLSC
sponsored by Two Writing Teachers.
Today as I scan the slicers who have already posted, I stop at Reading to the Core's post, intrigued by the words, "One stamp at a time." I stamp student slices during the month, so my immediate thought is - That's how you write all month, one slice and one stamp at a time. My next thought is - I need to get some special stamps for our month of slicing. Those ubiquitous stamp stands have all but disappeared, but I know of one stamp store in our local mall. I'll put it on my list to stop by there today.
I click on Catherine's post and discover that "one stamp at a time" is a journey in time to her 10-year old hobby as a philatelist. I read the post, meander a bit through some of Catherine's recent posts, and find ideas for two more posts - all from clicking on one link.
So my answer to the query of how on earth will we find enough to write about every day is simple. Read some slices and give yourself time to meander. Be sure to keep your writer's notebook beside you so you can jot down the paths that you'll journey as you read a few words. You'll be amazed at the words that will trigger memories and ideas as you allow yourself to meander through March!