Different, but better?

I’ve lost all perspective. I’m clueless about my own writing. I’m changing things back and forth and back again. Um, then forth…again. I know. I know. Put it aside. Put it aside. Come back to it later. I’ll try.

Revisions are like fixing hair for the prom. You wash it, you dry it, you brush it, you curl it, you pin it up and walk out the door. Then you just can’t stop yourself from checking the mirror a few million times to fix the strays.

14 thoughts on “Different, but better?

  1. Anonymous

    Knowing you, I’m sure the back and the forth are equally wonderful and that’s why you’re having so much trouble deciding which way you like it better.

      1. We *always* agree with Anne Marie. It’s the duck way.

        Only in this case, I think the anonymous poster that Anne Marie is agreeing with is my mom. So my tendency is to say YOU’RE ALL BIASED!! 🙂

    1. And it’s impossible to achieve! I have the photos to prove it. Oh. Wait. We’re talking about revisions, not prom hair, right? Well then, I have the manuscripts to prove it. 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    You’re Wrong

    Anonymous is not your mom in that first comment. Today is the first time I’ve read this entry. Hey! Your prom hair-do looked great. 🙂 Yes, I know, I know, I’m the mom. Mom

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