I'm still going, though its getting all the more challenging. This is the part where I would just let stuff breathe, let the story tell me when it wants to go again, but this is not November's challenge so I push on with determination. My challenge this week:Continue
I have just past the mid point of where I would have thrown in the towel in a previous life. I even wrote a short story to submit to a contest. Yay me!!! Challenge today: no challenge, just a knowing that sometimes you have toot your own horn.
Challenging times! Pneumonia that makes me feel like I have a bag of snot sitting on my chest 24/7 and two deaths in the family stiffles my focus on the tasks at hand. When I add the holidays in the mix and all the feelings of inadequacies that this season stirs up inside me... well, now remember why I usually quit about this time. Praying that I will be able to break through this wall and see what's on the other side. Challenge: to be mindful of the promise I made to myself.
I have to admit, today was the most challenging day of all. Because I had to do some medical tests, I had to fast for twelve hours, but as it turned out it was for an additional two hours, totalling fourteen hours of deprivation of brain nutrients.
Most of the day, I was like a brain dead zombie typing in slow mo, because that's how my thoughts moved. By the time that I got to eat, my quick writing stride lasted for just about two hours. Now, I'm wiped out again. Good luck…Continue