Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Writing Inspo — 16 Sep 2020

I don't drink a lot these days, nor have I been much of a pub-goer in the years leading up to 2020. So I don't really yearn for nightlife and beverages and parties in the same way I used to when I was younger.

But I do find a lot of inspiration in the memories and possibilities. As I work my way through my WIPs, I remember fun times, carefree evenings, silly banter, and the random unpredictable shenanigans with friends.

Not every memory is happy, of course. And not every daydream possibility leads to someplace practical, but that's okay. At least they make a good story.

Photo by Roan Lavery on Unsplash

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