The problem with always dealing with things alone Is always dealing with things alone
It’s hollow now. Soulless. Nothing there but bones and headstones. So many years feeling worthless, but now they are worthless to me. And yet it does not feel like a win. It is heart-breaking to know of the pain they have caused. Through choice, or through ignorance. Acting saddened and disgraced that her last wishes … Continue reading What is it, to win?
You would think I’d have had enough. All of the assignments, the lectures, the stress. Yet, I have spent all day waiting for 5pm. Not for the rest or the break away from work, but for writing. The relief of knowing I no longer have restrictions placed on my writing to be academic, to be … Continue reading The Freedom of Truth
With all the well wishes and all of the "Happy New Year" messages that came flooding in, full of hope for a better year... I made two promises to myself: Drink more water (juice) and find ways to remain calm. So far, so good. My 'promises' are not ones which can be taken away from … Continue reading New Year – New Lockdown
In my life, there have been times where I have had restrictions. Times where I have not left the house for long periods of time. Times where I have been isolated. This has given me a slight advantage when dealing with this pandemic. It has meant that my anxiety stayed low, I was not 'freaking … Continue reading Pandemic Annoyances
The things you remember... I remember being asked to read a piece of paper that had written on it: 'happinessisnowhere' and to say out loud what it said... "Happiness is nowhere.""My daughter showed me this... look again at the words... happinessisnowhere and now when I sepearate them... happiness/is/now/here..." "It's all about your mindset." This was … Continue reading Happinessisnowhere
"Please, don't. I'm tired, I need to sleep tonight. I have plans tomorrow. Please. Not tonight. I'll do anything if you fade off. Just please, Not tonight." #anxiety
As a 'writer', I find inspiration in everyday life. My mind is constantly writing - looking for things I can borrow from. The earth, the universe, strangers, family, friends, loved ones... I find stories in most things, every day. I find myself narrating in my own mind, more times than I can count - most … Continue reading As a ‘Writer’…
And then one day, the lights went out. The walls closed in, faces became blurred, words went unheard and there was nothing but silence. And it was deafening.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Tl6IgfnGMI Stay Safe YouTube Video