How Does Your Writing Fare Through the Holidays?
Well, what a week – Halloween, birthdays, visiting family and work. In amongst all this, it has been hard to find time to write. I must confess, that in past years, I have taken November and December off – returning to daily writing in January with renewed vigor and a fresh outlook.
So, how does your writing schedule fare through the Holiday Season? I’d really like to know.
In the above sentence, fare means “do” or “get along“.
“The word fare in this sense is from the Old English verb faran, “to journey.” In modern usage, to fare usually doesn’t mean “to travel,” but we do still talk about seafarers, “those who travel on the sea,” and wayfarers, those who travel along the roads. A popular 19th century hymn was “A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief” by James Montgomery (1771-1854) George Coles (1792-1858).”
The above definition is an excerpt from a post written by Maeve Maddox at Daily Writing Tips. To read more from this blogger follow the link.
Until next week, WRITE ON!
~ K. L. Parry