To celebrate, a quote:
I didn’t write a story immediately. I had to think about what to write. I suppose that that is what the master meant when he said you must make up a story.
I found it was necessary to think about it first and then write down what was thought. It was much more complicated than I had supposed.
My master noticed my preoccupation. He asked me, “What are you doing, Cal?”
I said, “I am trying to make up a story. It’s hard work.”
“Are you finding that out, Cal? Good.”
Isaac Asimov, “Cal”, a short story