I don't like to sew buttons, iron on patches or fix pockets, so I avoid such tasks until they absolutely must get done.
The DH needs a button sewn on a vest to wear to work, so I'll break down and perform that hated chore soon.
I enjoy creating stories. It's fun being a writer, but that doesn't mean everything is rosy.
There are certain tasks I avoid when I can. Although some authors love research, I find it tedious. I leave a blank or a question mark and fill those items in later after I've had time to check the Internet, library, or people with experience to help me.
Sometimes I need to think through a scene that isn't turning out right and I have to stop and go back to it later because it's driving me crazy.
Other times I know I don't have the best words down for what I want to say, but can't think of the right ones.
It may seem like I'm griping, but I'm being realistic. Writing doesn't have to be easy or fun every minute.
A finished manuscript, a publishing contract -- those go a long way to make me forget the tasks I performed to get there.
What about you? What do you like or hate about writing?