This morning I read this excellent little article on writing successfully (which is different from writing well, as the author points out), and because I'm also reading Karen Glass's wonderful book, Consider This, in which is stated more than once that knowing something and doing it are two different things, and that knowing and doing the right thing is the definition of virtue, and virtue, of course, is the point of a classical education, and because this is National Novel Writing Month and, though I've participated two or three times I've never come close to finishing anything, I decided to follow the advice in the article, which can be boiled down to "Just write."
His article is much more helpful and practical than that, of course, and you really ought to read it. It won't take more than five minutes and he's funny.
I am determined to do this exercise every day this month, so just for fun, here is today's effort. And I promise I won't post any more of these.