Try This! - Write Down Your Dreams

From Blythe Woolston:

I do some of my best thinking while I’m asleep, and I want to remember those ideas. That’s why I have a little notebook where I write down my dreams. 

Dreams can be difficult to remember, but writing about them sweeps the cobwebs out of the corners of your brain. It doesn’t have to be long and it doesn’t have to make sense to anyone—not even you! Just write it all down as soon as you wake up. All of your dreams come from your own imagination: scary nightmares, beautiful images, impossibly silly stuff!

Almost 20 years ago, I dreamed up one of my favorite things: the spindle mouse.

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Blythe Woolston is a writer. She keeps one of her notebooks (That’s what a blog is!) on the web at

1 comment:

  1. Fantastic scene. This moment sounds like a seed scene for a great book.