Wednesday, June 09, 2010

No Way Out

Today I give you a picture of the Heidelburg Project, one of my favorite places in my beloved Detroit. Since I'm immersed in a big project and have summer brain (a condition that makes thinking about more than one piece of writing near impossible), today's post is this: What have you learned in the past five years that you consider really important or helpful? Mine can be condensed to No way out but through and with writing, It takes as long as it takes. See you tomorrow, my gremlins!

Michelle's Spell for the Day
"Where there is no love, pour love in, and you will draw love out." St. John of the Cross

Cocktail Hour
Now that Nurse Jackie has ended, I look to the future -- Hung premieres in a couple of weeks!

Benedictions and Maledictions
Happy Wednesday!


Andie said...

I really think the dolphin is cool.

Charles Gramlich said...

I've learned that I can rise to the occassion and not to panick at deadlines. Or rather, way before the deadline.

Anonymous said...

Dolphins !

-Zorba the Greek

jodi said...

Hi Hon, isn't that a manatee? My experience is an old 70's one: "if it feels good, do it!" I am such an old hippy! xox

Anonymous said...

Detroit Social Forum:

the walking man said...

1. Exploding is better than imploding, unless you have to stand trial.

2. Editing sucks furry balls that usually have most everything I have written wind up as hair balls on the floor.

Lana Gramlich said...

I learned that I need to embrace my antisocial nature, rather than continuing to try (& fail) to overcome it. Life has gotten MUCH better since I realized this!