I sometimes don’t enjoy writing. It can feel something like experiencing labor contractions—interrupting my thoughts and other responsibilities until a piece is finally birthed. Or it can feel like tumbleweed blowing through the empty, dusty road of my listlessness. Other times, though, it’s a six-foot wave of thrilling inspiration I have to catch before it’s gone.

Ultimately, I most love having written, not always the writing itself.

Read the rest of my interview with Melissa Kruger at her TGC blog here.

Quina Aragon

Quina Aragon

Quina Aragon's articles, poems, and spoken word videos have been featured on The Gospel Coalition, Risen Motherhood, Journey Women, Fathom Mag, and The Witness: BCC. She resides in Tampa, FL with her husband Jon and beautiful, three-year-old daughter. Quina's first children's book, Love Made, is a poetic retelling of the creation story that highlights God as the Trinity, humans as His image bearers, and children as a delightful gift.

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