It’s the beginning of October. It’s a time for cider, bonfires, comfort food, sweaters and boots. And it’s time for The Time Traveler’s Wife. I’ve told you before about my obsession with this novel, but here I am. I’m about to pull it off my shelf, crack it open, fall in love with it all over again.
I don’t want to miss it.
This week was sort of lack-luster, in case you couldn’t tell from my last post. I’m not one to let the weather get to me often, but the incessant rain left my spirit sodden with… ennui.
Yet, hope springs new when you need it. My friend Kate shared a link with me on Facebook the other day, and it was a fresh well of inspiration:
Austin Kleon, author of Newspaper Blackout shared some intriguing and true insight for artists in his recent post “How to Steal Like an Artist (And 9 Other Things Nobody Told Me).” One thing that really stuck out to me in his post was this thought: