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Sometimes this is easy (like typing on the bus. More on that later), and other times, it's hard. One variable is heat.
When I'm cold, I tense up. I develop goosebumps. My focus shifts to the cold, and then I can't write. Like how the air pulls the thermal energy out of my skin, my writing energy goes with it. Suitable metaphor, isn't it?
Sometimes, I wear my jacket (which I do all the time, sometimes in my sleep if it's cold enough), but the sleeves often get in the way of writing (unless I'm leaning back like I am now, but that only happens once I get into the mind-set) and it's a pain pulling them up when they slip down.
I'll be relieved once it gets warm enough I can write in the car again in the mornings and evenings.
YOUR TURN: How does temperature affect your writing?
My dad read this over for me. He interpets this as a complaint about how he reduces the temperature to 65 at night. I was not thinking about that when I wrote this post. Honest.