I don't know if anyone has watched The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, but there's a song in it that follows me around ever since I bought the goddaughter a book with it in.
Now she watches the show I have to sing it every time I see her. Trust me, it's not a pretty sound. :)
Mickey sings it when he gets his mouse-ka-tools to work through a challenge:
Mouse-ka-hey, mouse-ka-hi, mouse-ka-ho. Mouse-ka-ready, mouse-ka-set, here we go.
You're a thinker and a stomping workin' through-er. Mouse-ka-me, mouse-ka-you, mouse-ka-doer.
And I realised that these words can be applied to my wip. If I have all my tools ready I can select the right one (be it my outline, a character sheet, brainstorming) and stomp through it.
If a toddler can be taught perseverance so can I.
I knew watching kids TV would pay off.
Happy Wednesday everyone. :)