Getting to the End

 

I'm 80,000 words into a writing project I've been working on for what seems like years. Like so many things I start, its ending is eluding me. There is something so tantalizing to beginnings. It's the promise of a change of venue, the excitement of discovery, the rush of feeling like I'm looking down a road less traveled. Endings spell finality. How often  do we try to hold onto beginnings, to the middle, just to avoid the end of something that gives us a sense of purpose? And does the end of one adventure mean the cessation of all of the experience gained? It should give us a moment to pause and then journey on. 

It's time to finish what I started.