I get that way sometimes - as I'm sure plenty of other folks do, too. I find it hard to break the cycle of "oh, well, I'll get to it tomorrow" when I'm so busy dealing with other things. I have been bad about practicing what I preach (regarding writing on a regular basis), and I feel badly about it. I feel like I've been abandoning my own craft for other things. But I'm glad to be back on track.
I think that we, as writers, get pulled aside so often to do other things that we forget our passion at times. Or maybe it's just me.
In other news, WriteCamp is just two weeks away, and I'm getting a little annoyingly excited about it. Already we have a good collection of sessions, our keynotes, and a fair amount of registered folks. I think it's going to be a wonderful event, and it will be a great establishing of the community for future events. As with everything else I'm doing this year, I'm being very positive and considering this part of me "Year of Boone." If nothing else, I will have learned a great deal about event planning by the end of things.
That is all.