Duct Tape, Chocolate, and Walter White By Ann Haywood Leal
Write two words.
Get distracted by something shiny.
Two more words.
Write three more.
Sneak peek out the window.
Stop. Sniff the air. Is that charcoal with a hint of cheeseburger?
Lean closer to the window.
Shut the window and duct tape yourself to your chair.
Five more words.
Write eight more.
Is that a sentence you see?
Give the sentence a friend or two.
Don’t stop now.
You have a page.
The window has darkened. The charcoal is gray.
But you’ve done the work.
Unpeel the duct tape.
See what Walter White is up to.
Wake up and repeat.