Thursday, March 3, 2011

Do you have a motto, model that acts as your impetus?

Thanks to all who left comments on my blog yesterday. I do appreciate it. Although it sounded like I was going postal, I actually am well grounded and know that these things happen. I also believe the adage that good/bad things come in 'threes'. Well wouldn't you know, I received my third yesterday.

"I have not received your requested article, yet."

I sent it weeks ago. It must have wings; it's floating in cyberspace.

Life is a roller coaster ride, and now after three plunges I am on the upswing. I have learned that I won at Michael's blog, The Year of Writing Dangerously

I expect two great writer-related things to happen to me in the very near future.

In school I work on A-B-C's and my classroom motto is, Never say, I Can't. Always say, I can try!

In my writing I work on C-B-A's. My model for success is Conceive, Believe, Achieve!


Kim Lehnhoff said...

I don't consciously call it a motto, but I try my best to "write what I know" - and then, make up the rest!

Chatty Crone said...

I can't think ofone right now - other then how you handle life is a choice. I like yours. Sandie

Sioux Roslawski said...

Besides BIC (Butt in Chair--which I'm not doing lately), I like Guy de Maupassant's quote, "Get black on white."

Linda O'Connell said...

As you well know, I do write from the heart, but you made me laugh with rest of your response. Thanks for stopping by.

Linda O'Connell said...

Life IS all about choices and also priorities.

Linda O'Connell said...

BIC, I have to remember that one, and I do like the quote, because an idea does not write itself.

KB said...

Congrats on your win.

Tammy said...

The only poster I remember from high school hung on the wall of creative writing class. It said, "If you wish to be a writer, write." I still have to remind myself of those simple words.