"The hardest part is the first three sentences. Sitting down with pen and paper and getting those first three sentences out." ~ Madeleine L'Engle
My friend Starla is a writer, life coach, gardener, and in general a pretty cool person overall with a company called Outwrite Living. She posts quotes like the one above every once in awhile that really make me think and resonate with a book that I'm reading or make me go back to reading more. It was Starla who hooked me up with the Emerson writing project that really had me thinking.
So to the quote above the hardest part is the first three sentences, well mine came out really quickly and I'm curious what the rest of the story holds. As I continue to write hopefully I can share more...
"Hobbes had precariously balanced on the edge of the green couch all morning. He watched the construction workers in the street outside the front window moving dirt and rocks and pavement. It was 2:30pm exactly when Holliday let out a low growl and lunged for the window knocking Hobbes to the ground."