Don't you just love it when it comes together?

United States
July 13, 2010 8:57am CST
I do! Someone asked me to work on some lessons (like a study guide) for a particular topic. I had a few notes somewhere but nothing even close to completed. But this morning because I told them I would have it ready in two weeks, I sat down and started working on it again. It all just sort of started falling into place! I have 6 lesson outlines now that will become a complete study guide! Don't you love it when it all just starts falling into place like that?
5 responses
@mr_pearl (5037)
• India
14 Jul 10
Oh yes, I have had such an experience a few times in my life... just a few times and I felt elated.. .glad and happy.... Now, also, with my present plans for future, I feel the same way sometimes and it cheers me up... :) Have fun!!!
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• United States
14 Jul 10
Yes,it can indeed be a very "cheery" experience!!
• United States
14 Jul 10
Yes,it can indeed be a very "cheery" experience!!
@ehsanji (503)
• Pakistan
13 Jul 10
cool thing ! and yeah, sometime it does happen, you know... when you are actually... trying for a way to find so that you are successful enough... and by the way I am so happy for you. Do you work for some newspaper or something?
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• United States
14 Jul 10
Actually, the project I am speaking about is a study guide. The last year or so I have written several Bible study guides on various topics. I also write for a couple of sites and an independent contractor. Most of that is for pennies, but hey!
@cher913 (25895)
• Canada
13 Jul 10
i remember when i was writing, i used to have projects like that and then i had some that it felt so difficult to pull everything together, especially on topics that i had no clue about like archery!
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• United States
14 Jul 10
It is definitely much easier to "pull it all together" when it is a topic I am familiar with!
@gloryacam (5546)
• Philippines
15 Jul 10
I agree! Maybe we should call it a "writer's rush" or "writer's high" or somethin' much like runner's high. When the words just flow out of you, and especially after a "writer's block" it comes as such a relief. 6 lessons? Good for you!
@peavey (15874)
• United States
15 Jul 10
Sometimes the deadline makes it happen! :) But, yes, I love it when things start falling into place, especially when it's something that's been difficult. At times, taking a break from things then going back to them will help, too.