Much of Pooh's wisdom comes in very handy for a writer:
People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day. Pooh's kind of nothing is really something, the best kind of something. Dreaming and imagining, exploring your feelings and finding what makes you happy are useful when you're creating fiction to entertain others.
Doing nothing leads to the very best kind of something. Staring at a blank computer screen or page, letting your imagination take flight does lead to the very best kind of something.
There's always time for a smackeral of wonder. This really needs no explanation because it really is just the plain truth.
There is so much more wisdom from Pooh and his friends, and the grown up Christopher Robin comes to realize he knew so much more as a child when he roamed the hundred acre wood with them. Life happens, and we'd all do well to remember what it was that made us happy as children. For some reason, I'm inspired to dive back into my current MS with renewed imagination.
Brenda and her husband are gypsies at heart having lived in six states and two countries. Currently, they split their time between the Lake Roosevelt basin in Central Arizona and the pines in the north. Wherever Brenda opens her laptop, she spends most of her time writing stories of discovery and love entangled with suspense.
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