“I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park (Disneyland). I want them to feel they’re in another world.” – Walt Disney
Creative energy feels like a force you can’t control.
When I’m writing, sometimes the words pour out of me like a rushing river, as if I’m just the passenger on an inflatable boat along for the ride.
Other times the words are like a painfully slow drip from the faucet, squeezing out with an effort that makes me question their worth.
Writer Anne Lamott’s famous advice is, even if the writing is terrible, “Butt in chair. Just do it.”
Who am I to question Ms. Lamott?
This week, my family took a trip to Disneyland. Talk about creativity on display in full form; Disney was nothing short of a creative genius.Continue Reading