I hope that you're well on your way to a successful Day 7 in your quest for YESvember awesomeness!
And while you’re pounding away at the keyboard, remember to fuel up with the food of writing champions.
Yes, I am talking about raisin bread.
And it just so happens that November (AKA YESvember) is National Raisin Bread Month.
Now you may be wondering why this fare of fruity goodness is the best fuel for writers. Well, if you choose to believe in the capital “T” Truth of Wikipedia, you’ll learn that Henry David Thoreau was its inventor.
But alas, sometimes Wiki is wrongy.
While Thoreau did indeed bake and “Thoreauly” enjoy raisin bread, recipes from the 1700’s actually mention the use of dried grapes in baked goods.
I’m pretty sure the whole misunderstanding started with this famous and inspiring quote from the man himself —
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.
Live the life you have imagined.
~Henry David Thoreau
You see, most sources fail to mention that this was indeed the edited version.
Originally, the quote went like this —
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams with raisin bread.
Live the life you have imagined with raisin bread.
The guy liked raisin bread.
And I’m pretty sure it was his top-secret, good-writing tool.
Now, it’s yours.
PROMPT: Grab a slab of the El Camino of breads (is it a nutritious side or a dessert?), and then make some delicious progress on your YESvember goal.