I’m not at home today, which is a bit odd but somehow I’m incredibly comfortable.
Maybe the comfort is from the fact that I’m alone and there are no sounds of Bargain Hunt or Wii Snooker at 40 volume in the background coupled with the occasional barking of dogs when neighbours pass by.
Or maybe the comfort is from the fact that I have time to get on with my writing whilst being surrounded by the thoughts of someone who makes me happy (even if he isn’t here right now).
Continue reading “Cave of Solitude”
There’s so much going through my head that I don’t know where to start and yet I have an almost eerie calm hanging over me. It’s like part of me is more sure than the rest.
I kind of like that feeling. It’s a weird sort of reassurance that I lost for a couple of years, but it’s back now. There are reasons why it disappeared for a few years. However, I won’t go into those right now. It’s enough for me that the calming notion is back and helping me to stay a little more chilled out despite stresses I feel.
I’ve been feeling stressed for about a week now.
Continue reading “Pick Me Up Tape Me Together”
There are conversations that disappear in this household. They start and then the speaker vanishes behind walls and beneath weightier words. There are too many loud voices in this house and the most willing to please is the last to be heard.
Conversations start off and…
Continue reading “Unsaid”
This is one of those rare posts where the first thing on my list is also the last thing I want to talk about, but I partly feel I must. After all, I write this blog to share my fiction and my life with you. To be honest, I wish this was part of the fiction so you’ll forgive me if I mention it and then quickly move on to something else. The thing is R broke up with me a week ago yesterday…
I would have mentioned sooner, only there was the blog challenge and I didn’t much want to talk about it anyway. I still don’t.
And besides, I have lots of other things to mention. Firstly, I want to talk about the seven deadly sins blog challenge.
Continue reading “Silence”