ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM WRITER'S BLOCK?



Hello everyone - Look at the fabulous thing I found at my local BARNES AND NOBLE - writer's blocks of all things!

I don't know about you, but some days it is just not cookin' in the old grey matter.  So I thought I would use these for inspiration when the need arises.

I thought some days I would spell out a special word for inspiration or enlightenment.
And other days, I thought I would do this:


I thought perhaps some special word would come up - but obviously I was mistaken.
It is kind of like throwing dice, some days you have it -- some days you don't


Hopefully, each and everyone of you will have a week "free" of writer's  block.  I am looking forward to all the new posts out there!!
Blessings, dear friends - 

Comments

  1. These are too cute!! Sometimes you just have to type that first sentence...

    Have a happy week, Jo!

    xoxo
    Janie

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  2. This is an interesting post...love it...hope I can avoid writer's block for awhile!!! lol
    Happy New Year.

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  3. What a fabulous idea and aren't they gorgeous? And the Amaryllis is amazing. Lovely post!

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  4. Hi Jo,
    Yes, I am an AZ blogger.
    I am so glad you stopped by.
    B&N is one of my favorite places. Those blocks are fabulous.

    What a lovely blog you have. Who would have thought that Carol's shop would have brought us together-hehe.

    hugs,
    Barb

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  5. Thanks soooo much for coming by for a visit and becoming a new follower...yes sometimes it's soooo hard to get started. Hope you have a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  6. Oh Jo, I know the feeling!I am a Spastic blogger just for that reason! I am so glad I found you....blogless and all!
    Smiles, alice
    ps Happy New Year!!!!! Check out my 6 year old grandson. I know how you feel about "the fab-0" grandson.

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  7. Oh yes, I could defintely use those from time to time~Very interesting...

    XO
    KEKE

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  8. I love these blocks. Thanks for your advice on my mantel and I really like your idea. I have a few, but may need to keep my eye open for some more.

    I hope you have a wonderful week.

    Kathleen

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  9. Hi Jo, oooh those are wonderful! As soon as I can, I am going to our Barnes and Noble and hope they have those! They are so pretty, the flowers have me dreaming of Spring now... Bisous... Julie Marie

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  10. How neat! What a clever idea! Unfortunately mine goes the other way. I always have too much to write...most of it weird...I think it explains why I'm so chubby...filled up with words...words and Christmas cookies! Neat Blog! Looking forward to following it!

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  11. Very cute blocks and a terrific idea for finding "words", something I have difficulty doing! Judi

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  13. Hi I'm just stopping by to say Hi to all my Followers! Hope your festivities went down well, and look forward to the New Year.
    I just love these block! They are so beautiful I love the Amaryllis too, Mom's favourites. They grow so quickly don't they, such fun to watch,
    Hugs and Love SUex

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