A toddler’s wisdom

My 2yo daughter showed me the straw from her juice box and said, “Look, Mommy.  Seven!”  The way the straw was bent, it did indeed look just like a number seven.  My little girl is so eager to discover new relationships in her world.  She finds connections all the time that I miss because I’m not looking for them or not paying attention. 

 It makes me wonder what opportunities I’m missing in my writing.  Are there relationships or connections I’m not seeing because I’m too focused on the big picture or too zeroed in on some other minutia?  I’m going to tackle my writing this week with a toddler’s eye. 

 What little things can you discover in your own writing that are magical for their simplicity and connectedness?

About Jessi Gage

USA Today Bestselling Author Jessi Gage is addicted to happy-ever-after endings. She counts herself blessed because she gets to live her own HEA with her husband and children in the Seattle area. Jessi has the attention span of a gnat…unless there is a romance novel in her hands. In that case, you might need a bullhorn to get her to notice you. She writes what she loves to read: stories about love. Leave a comment to introduce yourself! There is no better motivation to finish her latest writing project than a note from a happy reader! Don't forget to sign up for Jessi’s newsletter so you’ll never miss a new release. Thanks for visiting!
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