You can Invite Her Every day

Yesterday, I was watching The View on ABC. Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake, stars of the new movie, “The Social Network (2010)”, were their first guests. Sherri asked Justin if he was going to keep recording music. If you loved this post and you would such as to obtain more information regarding Grande kindly go to our page. His response hit my proverbial nail on its head. He said “Music comes in sudden bursts of creativity”. I don’t know if he came up with this term or if he borrowed it, but I had searched for the perfect description to describe the madness to my recent writing method.

Sudden bursts of creativity is precisely what has developed, and the way my inspiration has been flowing. Like a tide, inspiration ebbs and then it flows. You can invite her every day, but remember: “There are days we long for her to come yet she proves elusive”.

Many times I sit and think of a hundred things that are happening in the news, in the social networks to which I belong, passages from books, articles in magazines, and on television programs. They are usually full of topics, but unless I feel that vibe the idea passes and I move on to the next venue. Sometimes my head swirls with an overload of data. Data that bears no resemblance of facts to tempt to my brains ability to mine, and then mold them into something approaching the end result I seek.

Yesterday, I was fortunate to go to the movie with my husband. We purchased tickets for “The Social Network” (I wrote a short review), and thankfully, inspiration has been flowing ever since.