Last week we wondered where do you write, as in the space where all the writing takes place? This week we are wondering where do you write as in the journal? Do you write in a Moleskine Journal or do you prefer some other type of journal? Or are you more like me … still writing in the trusty old high school composition books. Where do you write as in what holds your thoughts to paper? Or are your many thoughts so large and in charge you take them to the surface of simply stretch canvas. And, if you’ve yet to begin to scratch it all out … what journal would you choose to share your words with the world, your family or maybe just yourself.
When composition books are on sale for a mere fifty cents we buy them up like an architect constructing a building.
When composition books are on sale for a mere fifty cents we gesso them up like an artist creating a blank canvas.
When composition books are on sale for a mere fifty cents we write them up like an author compelled to compose a single thought.
When composition books are on sale for a mere fifty cents we share them with a smile like a trusty advisor shares a map.
The question still remains the same … Where do you write?