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Thank you, Thonie Hevron! I’m going to reblog your blog.
This is just the kick in the pants to get my writing engine fired up again.
By Thonie Hevron
Everybody’s a critic.
Everyone has time when they come across a barrier to their progress. It happened often when I first learned how to ride horses. All the videos, books, advice and trainers’ lessons barraged my consciousness while I was trying to effectively steer a 1300-pound animal with a brain the size of a walnut. [To be painfully accurate: The problem is the cerebrum, the thinking part, is only slightly larger than a walnut. The rest–all 1.5 to 2 lbs. of it–is cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls gross muscle coordination, balance and body functions.]
The one thing that got me on track was a trainer saying, “If it’s not working, go back to basics.” Start from the beginning and work up until you work though the barrier. Usually by the time I did all that, the barrier had dropped. To borrow from Horse Listening
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Oooo! I like this. It’s a perfect quotation to use to remind us there will be the monthly Redwood Writers Open Mic this Saturday.. Come share YOUR poems or writing. We’ll see you at Gaia’s Garden cafe on N.Mendocino Ave. in Santa Rosa from1 to 3 p.m. Plan to read up to 5 minutes of your work. These literary open mics are open to ALL poets and writers. Bring a friend!
(I plan to build myself a delicious salad from Gaia’s buffet. Yum!) —Robin Moore