Friday's Top Ten

Top ten ways to keep your writing fresh:

10. Wash its hands

  9. Wash its face

  8. Wash its hair

  7. Give it a haircut

  6. Give it a bath

  5. Brush its teeth

  4. Make it use mouthwash

  3, Buy it some colorful clothes

  2, Take it for a walk

And the #1 way to keep your writing fresh:

  1. Deodorize it

Comments

Joanne said…
Haha, love these, especially to give it a haircut. There's nothing like adding layers, trimming excess, bringing in colorful characters and conditioning the plot. Fun post, Happy Friday to you :)
Stephen Tremp said…
I like takingit for a walk. Get some fresh air, sunshine, and exercize. Does a MS good.
Summer Ross said…
LOL- while I was reading this I was picturing a poor defenseless piece of paper skirting the edges of a shower- LOL
Lydia K said…
(*sniff, sniff*)
Pass the deodorant.

LOL!
Carol Kilgore said…
Joanne - All necessary, too.

Stephen - And the writer, too!

Summer - HaHa! We definitely have to take charge of the writing - leave it no defenses :)
LR said…
That's so cute. Love it.

Colorful clothes is my favorite. :)
Breaking out the Lysol now!
Carol Kilgore said…
Lydia - Here you go. I have a little left.

LR - Bright colors :)

Alex - It works well.
am giving mine highlights right now.
Laura Eno said…
LOL! I'm running after mine with a spray can.
J.L. Campbell said…
Yup, after all that, my WiP will sparkle! :D
Clarissa Draper said…
Now, I just need to apply it to myself.
LOL! Excellent, Carol. My writing will be fresh, even if the writer isn't.
VR Barkowski said…
That's it! I'm taking my WIP to a day spa this weekend. No reason we shouldn't both benefit. :)

Oh how I've missed your top ten these past weeks!
Carol Kilgore said…
Joanna - Ooh, fun. It's going to be beautiful!

Laura - LOL! I see you chasing it down :)

J.L. - You betcha!

Clarissa - Same here :)

Elspeth - I definitely relate to that.

VR - A pampering day for all. Welcome back!
Julie said…
Cute post! I wasn't expecting this list, made me smile. Especially loved make it use mouthwash, ha.
Hannah Kincade said…
I beg to differ! I wrote my highest word count unshowered. Can you smell that? That's the smell of productivity.
Talei said…
Also, we must moisturise - very important to keep it supple and feeling good. ;-)

Lovely post my dear! Happy Friday, and have a lovely weekend! x
Carol Kilgore said…
Julie - You never know what you'll find Under the Tiki Hut :)

Hannah - You rock, Hannah!

Talei - Most definitely. Pour on the moisturizer.
Talli Roland said…
Hehe! These made me laugh. I love 'take it for a walk'! :) Have a great weekend, Carol.
Carol Kilgore said…
Talli - Laughter is wonderful!
Holly Ruggiero said…
So, I misread the first line as “Ten ways to keep yourself fresh”. I’m glad I reread it before I read #1 - ;)
Carol Kilgore said…
Holly - LOL...me, too. I went back and looked to make sure I typed it the way I meant it.
Cute! I'm going to buy my writing a cocktail. =)

Miss GOP
Arlee Bird said…
Never thought of it quite like that. But it seems like I might mess up my computer if I take it in the shower with me.


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notesfromnadir said…
Deodorizing it to keep away the stinkies! Now that's a good image.
Carol Kilgore said…
Miss Good on Paper - Make it a Margarita!

Arlee - Use waterproof paper :)

Lisa - No Stinkies Allowed
Donna B said…
LOL... these are great!