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04/08/2013

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Melissa Crytzer Fry

Hmm. I think I know someone who might have been inspiration for this blog post. ha ha ha. But such great advice: Nothing happens until it does. Wow. I needed this. And, yes, so much to be learned about self - and life - through the writing process.

Adam

Well said. I like that positive spin on the "what if" game that we all play!

Judith Starkston

A great way to think about the writing life. You're absolutely right. What if that dialogue I was just thrashing myself over taught me something wonderful to use tomorrow? Thanks for putting a positive spin on my afternoon!

Jessica McCann (@JMcCannWriter)

Thanks, Melissa, Adam and Judith, for stopping by my blog and taking the time to comment. So glad you enjoyed my spin on the subject.

Bonnie Wilhelm

I've been playing that game too and have paralyzed myself like you said. I guess I had better start "what if" and a positive thought afterward so I can move forward. Good advice and I appreciate it very much.

Jessica McCann (@JMcCannWriter)

Bonnie, I'm happy that you found my post and advice helpful. Hang in there, stay positive, and best of luck with all your endeavors!

Girlparker

I love that last challenge. I'm going to post it on my desktop as a reminder. And thanks for sharing that super fandango picture! =)

Jessica McCann (@JMcCannWriter)

Thanks, Girlparker! Glad you liked the post and the picture. Alas, both our hats and the alligators are long gone. Still one of my favorite childhood pictures. :)

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