this isn't a hiatus, this is a "can't come to the phone(computer) right now"
I've been sick this week, so while I have been on the computer more than I have in quite a long long time, suddenly there's a little bit of hullabaloo happening and I'll need to get back to you guys in a short while. It may be tomorrow, it may be next week. But these things happen. Thank you for understanding!
And if any of you wouldn't mind... I believe in the power of prayer, so
Not too shabby as far as milestones go. It's been a pleasure, fellow citizens. :)
Just got back from a big family trip that wasn't as stressful as I prepared myself to believe. In fact, the general consensus was that it stayed relatively drama-free for everyone. I couldn't have asked for anything more!
My play that I was in closed the week before. So now, I'm writing this, jet-lagged and worn down and with a clear conscience as well as a clear schedule. I suppose.
"The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one." -Elbert Hubbard
"Hopeful thinking can get you out of your fear zone and into your appreciation zone." -Martha Beck
"Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we might oft win, by fearing to attempt." -Shakespeare
"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered
At least, I thought it was you. And it was wonderful. Then I woke up. And when I thought about it for a while... they only shared your face, but nothing else.
I guess that wasn't a dream about you at all. It was a dream about me, and the things I wished I had seen from you. They are things that I still associate with you after all this time. They are things that I must have hope that I will have for myself with the person I am meant to share them with.
But still, that
Paperroses' poem reminded me of something. I wanna introduce and summarize it for you.
I was in my high school's writing club as a freshman. The whole thing fell apart after that year, as my teacher got a new job somewhere else. While it lasted, it was wildly fun. I was a different person at this time. After years of wallflower behavior I was finally opening my mouth some and telling people how I felt and thought. It's strange to think of yourself changing in gradation but that's