The 2021 Daily Writing Challenge – July 28

2021 Daily Writing Challenge Q2

Finally, my online writing summit finished yesterday with the last five hours of lectures. The recordings allowed me to view all the material, take notes, and play back the parts I missed in about two hours. I finished as a good friend arrived for a long-overdue visit.

We had not visited in person since before the worldwide lockdowns. When the virus broke, she was in Italy on an extended visit. She returned to Chicago on one of the last planes from Rome. Seeing her, an overwhelming sense of gratitude hit me, and I realized how lucky we are and how precious life is. There is nothing as rare or more dear than connecting with friends. No matter how crazy or overbooked my day might be, I would drop everything to offer comfort, a smile, or the simple act of shared silence to my friends. They would do nothing less for me. It is the unspoken promise of a genuine friendship.

I always remember my number one writing priority. My core habits are strong, and writing a little every day is my secret weapon. Yesterday I wrote 386 countable words.

Did you write yesterday?

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Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

5 thoughts on “The 2021 Daily Writing Challenge – July 28

  1. I love how you post the words written each day, and they don’t have to be a huge amount, they are just realistic to get done. It feels much more real and achievable. Good luck on your writing challenge : )

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    • Thanks Kate. I’m glad you find the word counts helpful. I’m a numbers person, and the numbers say if I can write 300 words a day, every day, you will end the year with over 100,000 words. That is enough for a book. Best of luck on your writing journey. 💕😊💕

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