The Scapegoat Clock

stockvault-typewriter188422I need a schedule.

Nothing hard-lined, sharp-edged or otherwise testy.

Just something cloudy and soft and that drifts with the winds of the muse.

As many writers do, I tend to dawdle. I idle on projects that aren’t producing just because I’m stubborn and refuse to let the story loose of my jaws.

Perhaps, with a pillowy schedule, I’d feel the permission to let go sooner? I could blame the timesheet instead of myself for failing to see a tale through.

A scapegoat clock, per se.

Where does one find such a beast?

Until tomorrow…


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