I’ve heard that in order to become a better writer, you need to write everyday. So, that’s what I’m gonna try.
I’ve heard it doesn’t matter what you write about or how long you write, but just that you establish a consistent habit of doing it. I think I can do that. I’m really trying to figure out what this blog should be about, but maybe I’m thinking too hard. Maybe it doesn’t have to be about anything. Maybe it can just be a place for me to cement the habit of writing daily.
Creativity is a cool thing. It’s something that just oozes out of you. I feel that way when I play the piano. What I put out goes into the keys and just feels good. I want my writing to feel that way also. First, I want to have something inside of me worth sharing, and then I want to be able to share it. In simplicity. In power. In an emotionally moving way. In a way that sticks with people.
What to talk about. Well, I love the Utah Jazz and they’re doing decently well. Offense has a ways to go until it fully clicks, but when it does, it’ll be something to behold. Our defense is already killer, so when everything comes together, we could be a scary team to deal with. I was too young and didn’t live in Utah when the Jazz went to the NBA Finals. Could they get there again soon? Even this season? We will see.
I just got an antique upright Steinway piano for only a few thousand bucks. It has beautiful tone and plays really well. I really want to get back into the habit of playing more. I want to use my time to develop my talents instead of just surf social media and watch TV. It’s possible, and it’ll make me feel a lot happier and more fulfilled. And maybe in the process I can share some beauty and positivity with the world in some way like I’ve tried to do with my hymns here.
Well, there’s one day of writing down, and infinity more to go. I think I can write each day just about whatever is in my head. Hopefully sooner or later I’ll have something interesting to share that might lead me into a more focused piece that could be exciting for people to read. For now, this blog is more for me than other people. Who knows? Maybe it could morph into something bigger. Here’s to hoping.