There were a few bursts of sun this week before the clouds moved in again. The warmer temperatures mean it’s going to be a rainy day instead of a snowy day and I don’t mind. The extremes on the coasts still have me wondering if I will ever see green again.
Good thing tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day! I can dream of rolling green meadows, hidden brooks, and places where fairies might hide for one day. If only I could miniaturize the weather, then the days up here would be a little greener.
Since the weather doesn’t always provide the same setting of our stories let’s try a rainy day exercise. Don’t write about the weather outside your window. Write for 5-10 minutes about the polar opposite to get in practice. If it’s raining, then write about a beach scene. If it’s warm, then write about a snowstorm. Just get in some practice.
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