Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Writers Block Problem Solved.

If you ever suffer one of those times when you sit down to write and simply cannot think of anything to say, I would like to offer the following advice.

Just start writing the first thing that comes into your mind. You will be astonished at the amount of writing that occurs. For instance today I couldn't think of a single thing, so I am following my own advice and

It doesn't always work. I never said it was foolproof.

Here is a photo of a Speckled Wood butterfly. I took it today when walking with Sadie the German Shepherd. I'm quite pleased with it. Think it's my best nature shot so far.

Really sorry. I can't find it.

Not to worry though. Here is one of the same butterfly I took last year. Not as good as the one I wanted to show you. But I don't want this post to be a total failure.

Speckled Wood Butterfly.
By the way, when I said it's the same butterfly, what I meant was, the same type. I don't think it's the same one. How long do they live for?


  1. trying to think of a comment, but nothing comes to mind. I like butterflies, butterflies are pretty, moths usually aren't, except the green ones and the oranges ones, and my dog is orange and she's lying on an orange blanket and she peed on the floor again last night instead of waking me up and it's really hard to get that cleaned up well enough so it doesn't smell, and I'm thinking you would like me to just stop writing whatever comes into my head, and...

    1. So she didn't wake you up. She is a very considerate dog.

  2. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your comment :-)

    I had a bad case of the writer's block yesterday, should have stopped here first for some good advice!

  3. I know the feeling and I enjoyed your butterfly shot. The header one is lovely too.

  4. hee hee so funny and I like Sharkbytes comment too. The butterfly is pretty your header too. Take a pic if Sadie and tell us about her.

  5. I can think of nothing to say... that doesn't happen often.

  6. Glad you made the effort to write about something. Always lovely to hear from you no matter what!

  7. That's where pictures have the advantage... who needs words when pictures say it all. Well, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.

  8. I know exactly how you feel. With me, the mood needs to strike, first.