Writer’s Block

It’s funny how you can go from having so many words and so little time to having much time but zero words. Imagine me being speechless. Well, I am.

My mind is full.
My heart is heavy.
My pen is empty.

I’ve been struggling a lot the past week and a half. I find myself yet fully clothed at 2:00 am, lying on my bed, and unable to sleep. I thought I might try to write something. Anything.

The last two blogs were posted at my daughter’s encouragement. I guess I must have a bad case of writer’s block.

Life isn’t always what it seems, or what you hope for. Sometimes it’s quite the opposite. But here again, a lesson has presented itself, and it is best to learn from it. There is surely disappointment, maybe some embarrassment, but most definitely a deep sadness, with a great sense of loss. But…life continues. It’s best to dust off your britches and begin your walk again. Falling down is a part of the walk. You’d think I’d be used to it by now. But I’m not.

I think it’s best not to pressure myself and then maybe the words will gradually return. Finding peace in this day is what I need. It’s what we all need from time to time.

Be kind to each other. Remember that communication is the key to every single relationship. Don’t be afraid to talk about hard things because, frankly, life is hard.

Always be grateful. Even when you hurt.
Be grateful for the loves in your life, for every breath you breathe, for the sunshine and rain, and for baby birds and squirrels. We truly have much to be thankful for.♥️


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