In my mind I know what dragons look like, or so I think, and then I try to draw one in a daily prompt that I follow but do not obey due to procrastination, willfulness and not having the right kind of pens when I need them. My dragon forgot his various bumps or I forgot them to be more accurate. I did discover that I liked trying to draw a dragon and that the daily prompt idea of drawing something every day is a good kick in the pants for me. It does get my right brain oiled up and running and I need that. While I'm typing this a large black ant walks along the table, hops up on the keyboard walking along the edge, jumps down and continues over to my other computer and disappears. It's alarming because solitary ants, well let's face it, ants are not particularly solitary, and I suppose I have to go and look for the rest of them. But let me share this dragon. It's my first.
C. D. Finley
Opinionated, wry, sometimes corny, observational humor mostly about writing, but you never know.