A Labor of Love
In America, today is Labor Day, a national holiday when we take a break from the work we do every day and RELAX.
Of course, being a Type A personality and a writer, I’ll still be writing, but as this title indicates, for me that is a labor of love. (I went on about this at length in a previous post.) So today, as we transition out of 10 weeks of Arthurian England posts into a few weeks of writerly posts (stay with me, non-writers, I’m just giving King Arthur a break for a bit), I want to hear from you. What is your labor of love? What would you do for free just because it makes you happy? It could be anything: photography, basket weaving, herding cattle, watching paint dry…to each his/her own. Leave your answer in the comments.
And for anyone wondering about my Sit Down and Write progress (because I know you’re holding your breath), I’ve written 8,622 words out of my 15,000 – 20,000 goal. There are six days to go after today. And today I’m hitting a major milestone in Book 3: The Battle of Camlann. Oh, it’s going to be so much fun!
Don’t forget, tell me about your labor of love in the comments!