to writing enough

six days into 2014 and i still can’t get myself to write a wrap-up post about the past year. every time i think about 2013, i am transported to a fast moving train and i see nothing but blurred lights from the window. sometimes, i end up imagining myself standing at the bottom of a waterfall and just looking up.

many things happened in 2013, not just to me but to the people around me, our country, the whole world. but reading back from this blog shows that i haven’t been too articulate about any of those things, making it even harder for me to summarize the past year. the words escape me until now.

one thing is clear about the past year–i did not write enough!

but i did a lot of participating, and i did many things for the first time. thanks to my open mission to do 30 things before i turn 30. so far, i have done 22 things (and have blogged about 21 of them to date). i have only 28 days left to tick off eight more items from my list. after that, i plan to do 30 more things at 30.

but more than anything, what i really want to do is to write enough this year.

i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year. i will write enough this year.

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “to writing enough

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s