Once in a great while, my heart lets my body know it is time to defy the commands issued by my brain. You can bet Commandant Head Honcho takes exception to being countermanded by those in residence down below. Thankfully, Colonel Pre-Frontal Cortex has experienced similar situations in the past and intervenes. The Colonel questions Lieutenants Gut-Check and Intuition, and based on their responses, tells everyone to stand down.
After a fair bit of grumbling, the Colonel declares it is time for a little R and R, and the troops rejoice. Knowing when to rally the troops and push forward, and when a wiser decision is granting a reprieve, is more art than science. My feet took liberty and found an elevated position with a view. Colonel Pre-Frontal Cortex pointedly ignored my aching feet when they accidentally knocked a stack of papers off my desk. Even Commandant Head Honcho declined to acknowledge the infraction. Everyone knows tomorrow will be business as usual.
I always remember my number one priority. My core habits are strong, and writing a little every day is my secret weapon. Yesterday I wrote 252 words.
Did you write yesterday?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer