I really enjoyed this piece. The way that it is written is casual and comprehendable. It was quite short and got right to the point for me which was another plus. Unlike the "Ways of Seeing" assignment, I only had to read this once and I understood what the authort was saying.
I can relate to her best when she would get side tracked by doing other tasks before actually get to the writing. Even my roommates take at least 4 hours for a 3-5 page paper. When she encourages the reader to "just get it all down on paper" was kind of weird. I think it's a waste of paper unless you're typing. If your not going to use the material then why write so much just to throw the unused idea away.
It was a surprise to find out that professional writers also go through the same process. Not really a surprse, but good to know since I thought professionals sit down in front of the computer and magic happens. The idea of just putting down what ever thoughts for the draft is silly but in the end it could be worth it in the end.