Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Virginia Woolf

I have always prided myself for ability to write wherever I find myself – a bustling coffee shop, the middle of a crowded train station, or a tranquil hideaway.

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And, this in part is still true as is evident by my writing this post while sitting in a bus station. Even though I am flexible and have the ability to write in most places, I find myself increasingly yearning for an office as a home base.  This probably is a result of having been without an office for about eighteen months.  My home office was turned into a bedroom for my nephew and even though he moved out about six months ago, I still have not turned that room back into an office. I keep promising myself that I will clean and set up my office again.  Yet, I somehow never find time to do it even after I resolve to dedicate fifteen minutes per day to getting it done. Still no progress.

I have a bit of a a saboteur’s streak  in me – self-saboteur that is.  There is a part of me that recognizes I need a room of my own in order to write.  And, yet there is a bigger part of me that allows me to keep getting in my own way.

Yes, Virginia, a girl needs a room of her own if she is going to write. And, money doesn’t hurt either.


Thanks to Colleen over at Silver Threading and Ronovan of Ronovan Writes for facilitating this weekly community event.  Check out this week’s challenge prompt.

4 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Virginia Woolf

  1. Hello, Lynne! I have missed you. You do need a room of your own for writing! I bought some lovely tables from Lowes for a great price and put them together to form a desk. It works great. I think they are utility tables. They have a lovely tan color and work great! Glad to see you back and writing again! Hugs! ❤

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