Do You Ever Get Writer's Block?

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  1. Ah, I see the problem. You are not plugged in.

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    1. No flies on you JayCee. The photo suggests that I might have worked that out by that stage as well. Who knows?!

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  2. Hari OM
    MOL - oh, Tigger - that was me for a lot of today!!! I managed to pull tomorrow's post out of the little greys though. About five minutes ago. Now for a cuppa and wee lie down... hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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    1. F love, love, loves your post and has bookmarked it to distribute (she has been trying to warn some of the younger female would-be executives at her work to be prepared to recognize signs early and seek help - it certainly brought F's career to a crashing halt). Better response on it by email. Enjoy your lie-down

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  3. Hehehe I think this looks more like keyboard block then writer's block. You certainly have block any writing from going on so it is writer's block haha. I'm sorry I disappointed you with my reality close today and it's okay if you want to think it was a ghost

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    1. The idea of seeing spooks is much more fun, but nasal spray is weird too. It is the sort of weird fact that ought to be the final clue to solving a murder mystery novel...

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  4. Yes I do. And that’s when I’ll do a wordless Wednesday post 😉
    Do I spy a cutting board under you tigger?

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    1. Yeah - that is the 'do everything' table.

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  5. Yes - all the time. And a sort of getting started and stop putting it off block too. For once I get going I’m lost in the process - but those first words can be hard to find or trust.

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    1. You do this professionally so that must be a hazard of the process. We do however know what you mean about getting started, and the process itself then becomes like a meditation.

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  6. We've all got block to everything at the moment, we are all sprawled about trying to keep cool.
    Rupert, Rowan, Princess, Willow and Mummy Polly
    xxxxx

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    1. Wet towels on any floor that won't be damaged - preferably with a slight breeze over it. An hour later the space under the towel is cool and if it is concrete like ours it remains cool for a good 2-3 hours.

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