The other week, in the midst of some serious procrastination about packing boxes, I was musing to myself about topics for upcoming blog posts. Should I write an ode to op shops? Maybe I could try and photograph some of my Delightful Dozen makes? Or perhaps I could finally respond to a fellow writer who had tagged me in a writing post a little while back?
And by ‘a little while back’ I mean ‘July’.
When Danielle asked me if I’d be OK with being tagged in this writers’ blog tour of sorts, she said she wouldn’t put a deadline on it because that seemed too pushy. At the time, I almost said a deadline might be a good idea because most writers don’t get their act together until the deadline is a couple of hours away (and that’s only if we’re feeling organised). Little did I know how true my words would have been.
In case you didn’t know, when I’m not knitting or op shopping or dreaming up my next sewing project or photographing random fungi or going on roadtrips with the Chef, I write. Or, frequently, procrastinate about writing. Danielle asked me to talk a bit about how that all happens (when it actually does), so here you go: a peek into my writing processes.