Look, our beaked rescue yucca is sending up a spire!
We figure this means it's happy and getting established. Either that, or this is a last-ditch effort to reproduce before dying. We were concerned, after the very cold and dry winter and very dry spring, that it wasn't doing well. It's lovely to see this sign of vigor.
We prefer to focus on the positive.
I'm back home now. New England was lovely (damp) with many beautiful forests and waterways (cold), but it's so good to be back in my home landscape with my at-home routines.
No, I didn't get any writing done while I was gone. I finished out my first round of line edits on Sapphire on the plane there and then promptly failed to get anything else of a writing nature done, besides a few desultory blogs.
I just never do.
And I'm not totally sure why. I know part of it is my ritual is blown all to hell and gone. Even if I try to recreate it, I can't. The other piece might be that I'm traveling for work and so I'm in work-brain 24/7. I never quite seem to shift out of it, even over the weekend. Of course, I was with my boss and we talked about work a lot, so that could be a contributing factor.
So, it's good for me to sit at my writing desk again, with my storyboard beside me and all my little talismans of creativity. I like to think I've been storing up the writing these last few weeks and now this vigorous spire of creativity will pour out of me.
Me and the rescue yucca.
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