So here’s a dilemma:
We can remain safe and secure in the harbor,
living a life without daring and danger, or we
can lift our sails and catch the wind, challenge
the sea, give up certain security and
tranquility, and take on the world.
Charlie Bear and I like to take on the world. We may have setbacks, times when we aren’t quite as adventurous or we’re mired in muck in the harbor and can’t get the anchor up. Darn and drat when that happens. But it does happen.
It takes effort sometimes, even a diving crew of help to clear the muck, stow the anchor in the boat, then sail off to adventure where we find new places to explore, new islands in the sea, new even deeper azure skies and frothy white-capped waves. Will you sail with me?
B.J. & Charlie Bear
P.S. If you get my Taylor’s Tips Newsletter you know I’m on a quest to write 20,000 words of my novel between April 1 and May 15. I just passed the 10,000 mark. I’m at 10,153. Yippee!
What are your goals? What are you writing?
And P.P.S. If you want to get the once-a-month newsletter into your email inbox, go to my website www.bjtaylor.com and sign up for it on the right-hand side of the home page. I can’t sign you up…you have to do it yourself. I’d be honored to have you along on the journey.
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I’m sailing with you, B.J. and C.B.!
So very, very excited for you! You’re gonna meet your goal…probably ahead of schedule.
Honored to be traveling with you.
Thanks for sailing with us, Julie! We’re on a very exciting journey indeed.
Thanks for the encouragement, too. We’re super stoked about your goals as well.
B.J. & Charlie Bear
I’m with you, Charlie and B.J.! I’ll even volunteer to set the sail.
I’m working on two book manuscripts, one fiction, one non-fiction. My commitment is to finish one by the end of summer and the other before Thanksgiving. (I hate being under a deadline during the holidays!)
Thanks for the challenge!
Love to you both,
Awesome goals, Kay. And I know you can do it. After my May 15 deadline to have 20,000 words written, my next goal is to complete the draft of the novel by October 3. I’ll put in short deadlines later for word count per month.
I always get inspired by you, and have thought of you VERY often since Mount Hermon. P4U !