Weird isn't it.
One day you can do something very well, and the next? Meh.
Or vice versa.
I think anyone who has learned a language can attest to this. Some days, you just can't seem to get it right; others, it just flows along. Athletes too can certainly agree, there are days when you are just on. I find the same in drawing. Yesterday, seems I wasn't able to draw anything competently. Nothing. Not that I was beating myself up, but really, basics such as proportion and formation were. not. happening. Running however seems to have been.
This morning? Drawing, smooth, effortless, easy and lovely. Not trying running today however, so I'll have to let you know about speaking instead -
Odd though isn't it. Something good for people to recognise consciously though too, we all have our on days and off days, and it is just that way. Kids too.
If someone could figure out why, and help us get to on days when we need them? Wouldn't that be great.