A common mistake for any writer to make, is to believe every written line must be genius and perfected from the start. Creating fictional reality is messy.
Writers will sometimes ask: “Is it ever OK to write in the passive tense?” Tense defines action within time, when the verb happens.
As a writer you have seven tools in your tool belt that you can use to tell your story. Action, dialogue, interior monologue, interior emotion, description, flashbacks and narrative summary. Learn the differences, how and when to use it and don’t forget to vary, to avoid wearing your reader out.