“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.”

It is apparent I struggle. A lot. With everything and anything that I seem to be able to struggle with. I spend a lot more time dwelling on the bad things and being overwhelmed by anger and sorrow, that I don’t pay as much attention to all of the beautiful and amazing things in my life. I let everything bad destroy the power of all the good that surrounds me. And I’ve grown tired of it.

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It is time that I commit to myself.

It is time to make everything better, myself. Time to get this revised draft of BM reworked so my beta readers can read it, and I can make final adjustments before getting my query letters ready. I’m giving myself until February for this. I am a writer and I have no one to blame but myself for not being further along in my career.

It’s also time that I take control of my health again. My disease, my weight, my mental health. All of it.

Time to take back my happiness, most of all. 

It is time I embrace the ridiculously amazing life that I have been given.

 

~Angel

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  1. Wyman says:

    🙂 I was here and actually could see well enough to read a few of your posts. Have been suffering from eye-fog lately. Even so, been thinking about you and your work. Believe it or not, people are even reading the original interview with you, we did a few years ago. All years are a few years ago at my age. Everything is just yesterday to me. Look forward to catching up with you for a book announcement or an interview in the future. Keep up the good writing! When I can see, I will try to get by here more often. Happy Horrors!

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