This is a short yet rather long post, and depending on how I feel next week, I may count this as a double-header.
It’s because I need to focus on more reading than writing. Writers write and read, and typically, writers should be reading more than they write.
So, I haven’t been reading enough and if I actually want to start editing/finish writing my romance novel, I need to start reading some. How fun! 😉😈 I may find that it’s not actually a romance novel, but we’ll see. I’ll probably blog about this soon.
Topically, I may have also exhausted what I can write on grief and loss, which is a good thing! You’ll find no complaints from me here.
And it’s not as if my circumstances have changed. I feel like, especially financially, things have been just as challenging as they were two years ago.
But at least right now, today, I feel like I have a lot less worry and a lot more ease. There’s still a lot of uncertainty, but I at least know that worrying about it has served its purpose.
Somehow things work out the way they should. I’m learning to trust in that truth more every day.
This journey to wholeness and stability isn’t over, but I feel like I’m a less cranky traveler now.
It’s over 8000 words in length, so feel free to get cozy (although it should read quickly). It also comes with some screenshots from the book and some fun GIFs.
I highly recommend the book if you’ve ever experienced anyone leave you or have been excluded in any way. It really helped me to piece some parts of my life back together. I’ve written about abandonment before, so you can revisit those posts this week, too.
I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a great week ahead. 💖
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