It’s raining here this morning for about the fifth time in two months so I really can’t complain. In fact, it’s very refreshing.
My problem is this. The always inspiring view I normally lock into when I’m at my trusty Mac writing is completely covered in cloud. As I was sitting here, chin in hand, fingers tapping aimlessly, awaiting some sort of profound or even just kind of … hopefully … um, interesting thought to break through my momentary block, I remembered this clip a friend sent me a while ago.
Time for a break. I poured myself a big glass of Orangina and watched the video three times. Click here to watch it and prepare to smile. How do they do that? And not laugh? I sure couldn’t, could you?
But then I had a thought … and I’m ready to get back to my writing. Maybe it was the Orangina.
What works for you when you need to take a short break from whatever you are doing?
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Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada when she isn't somewhere else, particularly the south of France. With a happily blended family of seven adult children and, at last count, six grandchildren, life is full and time is short. Beginning with her first Kodak Brownie camera at the age of six, she has told stories all of her life through photography. Much to her surprise a few years ago, she began to write and has now published three novels, including two that are part of a six-book series set in the south of France. Love France? Love her work! Check out her website www.patriciasandsauthor.com She is particularly drawn to the rewarding friendships of women and the challenges many embrace once their families are grown. "It's never too late to begin something new," she enthuses. "As the saying goes, just do it!"
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4 thoughts on “This beats my finger-tapping …”
Blimey! My knuckles hurt vicariously! When I need some serious recharge / inspiration, I go to a gallery and wander around with my headphones in. I have a specific set of albums I listen to, and somehow the experience always relaxes and re-energises my brain. Possibly not as fun as tap-dancing with my hands, though…
LOL – I even wondered if it was computer enhanced the first time I saw it. It looks like you have found a great combination for inspiration with art and music. Fun is all relative! Write on! (And thanks for commenting.)
I love how well they are choreographed! Thank you for sharing, Patricia!
I wonder how many “takes” were required? Thanks for commenting!