How do you people handle good paragraphs? I find that very occasionally I look at a finished paragraph and it makes me smile with joy. I just know I've nailed it (in my own head, at my own level of crappy writing of course). It's self-contained, tight, flows, gets across the information it needs to, is enjoyable to read and may even have 'style'. Then I look at the paragraphs around it and the elation goes. The rest are clearly not as good. Do you just plug on and hope to make another as good, happy that you got one, or endlessly try to bring them all up to the same level?