Long break, but pretty much over the jet lag now; so tired yesterday in the supermarket I felt drunk, unable to answer even the simplest of queries from the cashier. While travelling with my notebook in theory allowed me to write, in practice precious little got done.
I looked at the Pen 10 challenge, "Every heart has a skeleton" and thought, yeah, I could do that, but since my heart at the moment seems only to be a skeleton, there wasn't much to flesh out any ideas I had there...
I looked at the 6S challenge, "A sexy touch" and was put off by the cliched photo of a stockinged leg on a (hotel) bed. For me, a sexy touch is a question, there must be uncertainty about the next step, or next touch, or next intention. Can I do this? What do you want? Is it OK if I touch you like this? Do you like that? Sexiness is about exploration, about surprise, about questions; and I am not communicating with the person I want to ask those questions of.
Here's hoping I can get into a better writing routine now I've returned.