Brought to you courtesy of the Writing Prompt Bootcamp….
It’s time for you and Writer’s Block to part ways. Write a letter breaking up with Writer’s
Block, starting out with, “Dear Writer’s Block, it’s not you, it’s me …”
Dear Writing/Blogging Block,
It’s not you, it’s me. You can keep your blank pages and your staring cursors. White is a very pretty color on you. I like other colors. Greens and pinks and yellows. I want the stark black of words to make these colors pop off the screen. I’m a little tired of looking at white pages without life. I’m ready for something new. A new adventure sounds like a venture I’d like to embark on today. I could wait until tomorrow, but you know what they say about always waiting until tomorrow…well, then there’s always another tomorrow to wait until. So, today’s the day. Plus, today is not even a Monday or the first of the month. Nope, today is March 6th. I’m beginning to think that 6’s are actually not bad days. I started dating my now husband on the 6th. I’ll count that as a good sign. So, writer’s block slash blogger’s block, you can go visit other friends who need a rest and a break from creativity because we all need to be silent at times and store up the words in our hearts. I’m ready instead for a season of writing and sharing. Thank you, though, for teaching me to not feel guilty about leaving pages blank. Thank you for giving me grace when I needed to be silent. Thank you for helping me find so much beyond this computer screen. With spring around the corner, I’m ready to bring new life to these blank pages that have been waiting for me. Get ready. Let’s see what it looks like to write free.