Do you moodle?

“Talking and busyness fill our days for the most part.  If, by chance or design, you find some time to simply be with your writing, please do not allow guilt or untimely interruptions to draw you away.  Trust what flows into “
the work from beneath.  Then go to work with inspired joy and abandon shaping it!

That’s what Leatha said in her post In Praise of Moodling.

As a moodler myself, I experience my fair share of embarrassment when someone jolts me out of my moodling, with a, “Aiye, stop dreaming!”

Leatha joins Brenda Ueland to assure us that there is no guilt or shame in moodling. In fact, moodling is the right and priviledge of creative souls. 

Thank you Leatha. Thank you Brenda Ueland.  
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