Anticipation is a thing of nerves and tissue
Like a bird that attacks it’s reflection in a window
Except a sore head
*I’ve got some exciting news pending. I said I wouldn’t announce it until next week, but I’ve never been one to hold out that long.
In the meantime – header photo – this is what distraction and anticipation look like, a small version of the image so hopefully it doesn’t pixelate.
By the time you are reading this, I will no doubt be driving to Dalby for the Words out West writers event.
More about it on this substack post. Thanks for those that are dropping past for a look at sub stack, I appreciate it. ❤️
6 thoughts on “Anticipation or distraction”
Now you are teasing us Kate! 😛 but I guess it is not too long to wait and I do actually enjoy that feeling of anticipation! 😊 Have a safe journey to Dalby!!
I like it too once the adrenaline buzz wears off and you can settle into the idea Colin. Thanks – I’m here an hour early – I’m so used to pushing against my husbands penchant for being late that when I travel alone I’m always early. But that’s okay – coffee and a leg stretch time plus check WordPress 😁
Enjoy your “free” hour!! 😉
Thanks for sharing this idea. Anita
I love the opening lines of this esp the bird’s reflection image; I’ve seen that often with magpies; hope the good news eventuates 🙂
Thanks John, my attention is a bird trapped in a house at the moment – hopefully it will settle down and find the door shortly 😊