Stumble, Fall, Get Up


Well, I managed to drop the ball on my habit building as far as my blog goes. This is not what I wanted to do. So, I am getting up, brushing myself off, and going again.


Okay, back in the saddle. I just want to say that it’s okay to stumble and fall as long as you get up. Like me, you may have to do it numerous times before you get it. The point is you have to keep going.


With my depression and those darned fits of either melancholy or angry bursts, I have fallen and gotten back up many times. I know for a fact you have to keep going.


After my younger son died, I didn’t want to keep going, but I had this puppy, Sophie, who needed me. She depended on me to feed her, take her out, and play with her. In return, she loved me unconditionally and supported me through many tears, many angry outbursts, many I don’t care if I live or not days. I kept getting back up because she needed me.

Not such a puppy anymore, but still my support.


The same with what I am trying to do here. I want to better myself, so I can have a better business and be able to sell the pieces I make, be it my jewelry, wall hanging, bird feeders, crocheted dragons, or phoenixes as I crocheted one of my youngest cousins ( second cousin actually), he’s one of my first cousin’s sons. Anyway, I have to keep going, keep trying.

The only thing I haven’t saddled up for is my writing. I want that to change, and this blog is helping me. The articles I write for others helps me. I may join in NaNoWriMo, which is National Novel Writers Month. That happens all November and is a time to write, join a community of others writing just like you, even join a smaller group to help you as you craft your story.


Well, that is enough for now. I’ll be back, I hope, Sunday with my post about the phoenix.

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