what do you do when your mind is blank? as a writer it is somethings difficult to come up with good content when life experiences are at a halt. interactions with people is so important when you are looking for ideas but as 2020 has proven to be less than user friendly, the writer is left ‘blank’.
my personal life has been affected by loss this week, as you should all know if you read my last post and dealing with this has been a bit of a struggle and surprising emotion for me. here i thought my emotions had left the building only to find out i am overwhelmed with tears of sadness over our cat.
today is 3 days since this loss and i am hoping it will be a better day.
i also know that stepping away for a bit is a good thing. as i work from home now and always in my office, this morning i decided to sit on my front porch writing and this is a whole new experience. listening to nothing but birds and the breeze flowing through my hair. what a great feeling. i will also be going for a boat ride with my dad something i have not done since last year.
anyone who knows me knows i love the water. it is so cleansing and refreshing. this will indeed replenish any negative thoughts i may have buried deep.
this week i also reconnected with a good friend whom i have missed. since i have known her she has been my challenging but inspiration to my defects. i think our friendship is very unique only because we are so opposite and a very different outlook on many subjects.
i find it interesting to communicate with her because i think we both never know what will come out of our conversations.
so, i guess in the end, i found something to write about.
i hope you all enjoy your week and let’s keep sane and unconditional during these trying times of isolation and getting back to our new normal.
as i have said before, life is a windy road but you must keep it open in order to find out what your true self can discover.
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