Waking up at 6am in the morning – in the freezing cold….is not my idea of fun, but reading L’s blog I can appreciate the frosty touch of ice on my nose this morning.
Heat….the pungent and smothering blanket of heat that covers you in summer…L, I feel for you on that side of the world….in reality it shouldn’t matter what season you write in….but summer – writing in summer is like writing on a boat in the middle of the ocean, unbalanced and all over the place.
Not only can you not focus – but you don’t want to focus, your mind suffocates under the smouldering heat pouring in from open windows and doors, whereas right now…right now I’m sitting in front of my computer – ready and focused, alert with the cold creeping up the back of my shirt every now and then.
Having the little hairs on my neck stand up every minute or two – concentration versus headaches of heat…
Coming back to L’s question – there is no doubt in my clear frosty mind, that I write better in winter….and that I prefer writing in winter J
Winter gives inspiration – only because your brain isn’t magnified by the sweat drops falling around you….