Practicing My Practice

I’m trying to get back to writing, but it feels like my right leg did when it came out of the cast and walking boot a couple of months ago. I was scared to bear any weight on that foot. It didn’t feel like it would hold me up. I’ve always had tight calf muscles, and I could tell the difference after the cord lengthening. My calf was smaller, and it looked completely shriveled. But I’ve been wearing my AFO’s on both legs now for a few weeks. I finally feel as if I can stand on them and trust that my feet will support me.

I wish there was something similar to help me strengthen my writing muscles. I think for now, I’ll just have to trust in the daily routine to help do that. If I can’t come up with something–ANYTHING!–to write, I’ll rely on other people’s writing prompts to give me a boost. I just need this structure again. I need to put words out there before I explode. I need to put myself out there. So here I am hoping that my muscles will help me grow strong again.

 

#continuouspractice

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About lana1967

I'm a Southern girl at heart who wants to build a community of people who believe they can change the world with words like "love" and "freedom" when they become more than words, but actions in our work and our daily lives.
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