A couple days ago, as I was trying to get comfortable in my chair, I accidentally moved my coffee mug, and it tipped over – almost in slow motion to mock me – sloshing its contents all over my laptop, which I had the mug placed on for whatever reason. I seem to use it as a table when I’m not actively using it. Why? I have no idea.
Anyway, that’s not an excuse as to why I’ve been a bit absent here. Fortunately my laptop is still holding up for now, it was closed when my coffee spilled but some did manage to make its way under the touchpad.
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Depression is… empty.
Depression is… lonely.
Depression isn’t lazy.
Depression is… I’m tired.
Depression is… “You’re fired.”
Depression… I wish it was no more.
-tired mind typing fingers
Photo via Pixabay
Things have sort of calmed down for the meantime in regards to appointments and tests, but I’m currently in an overwhelmed state of mind.
I’m planning (and hoping) to have a procedure done called a Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block, where a needle will be inserted into my back to “reset” one of my nerves to see if it will reduce or even completely get rid of my chronic pain from Adenomyosis (don’t quote me on that… I do my best.) I’m not sure when I can have it done, or the logistics of it all yet, but it’s possibly the next step in my journey. Possibly. Continue reading “PAIN RANT”
Maybe life is a work in progress,
Slow to see results, miracles not abundant.
Maybe life is a lot of waiting and wishing,
Wading through the muddy water
Before you reach your dreams.
Maybe life is little moments strung together of joy and sadness, of waiting and then receiving.
Maybe, life is simply a jumbled, beautiful mess.
Photo via Pixabay.com
Well, I’ve been MIA here on the blog. The dreaded colonoscopy happened. The recovery has been rough pain-wise (it seemed to have triggered a pain flare-up) and I’ve been so exhausted from it all. The good news is that I received good news (no endometriosis found!), so I feel very thankful for that. 🙂
Other than that, life stresses have distracted me from writing regularly. I can’t believe it’s been a week since I wrote a post. Not how I wanted this week to go, but every time I thought about writing, I wanted to, yet I didn’t. I know that as an aspiring writer, that’s not a very good thing. If I stop, I might not be able to get back on the horse again.
Photo from Pixabay.com, by Pezibear
The ocean sparkled and glittered, calming waves flowing to and fro.
The sand was cold but nice under our feet, a slight breeze in the evening.
Falling sun in the sky surrounded by pink hues
Where we married, basically just us two.
Tuxedo and lace gown,
Nothing too fancy, imperfectness bonding us together. ❤
Photo from Pixabay.com, by YangSunmo
I think I’ve written a post or two before on this topic, but, here we go again. 🙂
One of the things I’ve found through trying to write my novel and my efforts at writing consistently (“consistently”) is that writer’s block is a very real and difficult thing.
Inspirational moments of intense, brilliant ideas sometimes are very few and far between. If you feel it, write it. Once it’s gone, it’s gone.
If you can’t find the words, take a break. This is only my opinion, and for others this doesn’t work. Continue reading “WRITE WHEN YOU CAN, FOR THE WORDS CAN QUICKLY DISAPPEAR”