Wednesday, January 5, 2022

 Hey! It’s the monthly blog hop/ known as the Insecure Writers Support Group founded by Alex J. Cavanaugh. You’re invited to join if you're a writer, insecure, or just supportive of writers. It happens the first Wednesday of each month, and it would be sweet of you to visit at least a dozen or so new blogs and leave a comment. Your words are appreciated. Our Twitter handle is @TheIWSG and hashtag is #IWSG.   Let’s rock the neurotic writing world!  

 

The awesome co-hosts for the January 5 posting of the IWSG are Erika Beebe, Olga Godim, Sandra Cox, Sarah Foster, and Chemist Ken!

 

January 5 question - What's the one thing about your writing career you regret the most? Were you able to overcome it?



First: HAPPY NEW YEAR







Second: I'm traveling back home today so this post is going to be
short 

Third: Today’s question: What’s the one thing about my writing career I regret the most?


Time!

It’s three quarter past my life

And I'm wishing I realized I should have done more sooner

But the only thing I can do about it now

Is go to the quantum level 

Where time can be manipulated

But I'm not sure what part of my life I'd go back to

So?

What about you?

If you could go back in time for your career

How far back would you go?


Always,

Em-Musing







6 comments:

Rachna Chhabria said...

I am sure all of us want to turn the clock back, so that we can make the journey again, with more wisdom in our heads.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Safe travels!
While I wouldn't mind having a younger body, there is no time I want to go back to.

Erika Beebe said...

I hope you enjoy your travels. And I love your additional questions. Honestly I would go back to college because that’s when I had my first ounces of control. I’d give myself more energy to go through school trusting myself completely.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I'd like to go back and reassure younger self but I wouldn't want to stay there.

Shannon Lawrence said...

I don't think I'd go back. Everything I did before this has served a purpose in shaping me.

The Warrior Muse

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

My answer is the same. I'm not sure where I would have started either. I was so busy raising my children...