Dramaquill's All Things Writing

July 3, 2013

What Distracts You from Writing?

My little Distraction

My little Distraction

Meet Molly, my little distraction!

If Molly had her way, I’d be on call for her amusement 24/7.  Feed me…play with me…walk me…cuddle me!

So how do I resist this little dollie when I have some serious writing work to get done?

I bought a cute little doggie bed that I keep right beside my computer desk and chair, nestled into a little nook at the side of the desk.  Molly curls up and snuggles in her cozy space while I get my work done.  I’m close enough to rub her belly or give her a scratch and she seems to like our new *together* time.

What distracts you from your writing?

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3 Comments »

  1. What a cute distraction! My distractions purr (I have three) and two of them will sit on the back of my chair & gently poke me with a claw if I write too long.

    Comment by Kaye Munroe — July 4, 2013 @ 3:45 PM | Reply

    • I guess the good news about our little furry distractions is that we should be getting up and stretching or moving around every hour anyway, right? My little Molly keeps me from petrifying in my chair LOL

      Comment by dramaquill — July 4, 2013 @ 3:52 PM | Reply

    • All cute little furry critters are great distractions, aren’t they, Kaye? LOL.
      But all that love they give us has got to be a positive influence on our writing.

      Comment by dramaquill — July 30, 2013 @ 7:06 PM | Reply


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