I am ready. Inspiration comes calling in the early morning hours I carve out to make room for creating. I must be ready.
When the mood strikes, I am ready with space to create. When inspiration comes round, I am equipped with journals and notebooks and pens. Should it be one of the days when inspiration is visiting someone else, I am all set with books, marveling at writers that inspiration has visited.
I am ready because I am easily distracted from inspiration’s invitations. If inspiration is a quick moving guest, and I believe that it is, I don’t want to be rude. I won’t ask inspiration to wait while I assemble my tools and prepare for the business of creating. That rudeness is generally met with inspiration making a hasty retreat as it moves on to a more prepared individual.
Be ready! Inspiration is at the door!