Our weather was on the nasty side today. Drizzling rain, chilly temps–it made the perfect day to stay inside writing.
I made more revisions on ‘Running for My Life’ which took me all morning and turned into five pages which I then emailed to my hubby for his written opinion…lol. After that I decided to move forward and begin work on ‘An Unexpected Visitor in Labor and Delivery’.
I’m quite impressed with my work lately. Using more detail, diving deeper into each memory I’m writing on; every revision process furthers my ability to recollect the tinier tidbits in each historic moment. Many of the memories are haunting, but writing them out helps me overcome the things I’ve done. It clears my soul, and, like Chicken Soup for the Soul, it relates, inspires, and encourages our readers. The makers of Chicken Soup for the Soul let us know with every book, we are never alone.
One day I’ll be a contributor for with the Chicken Soup series. Becoming part of the Chicken Soup for the Soul family would be a dream come true, but first, I must ‘Let It Go’.
Yeah, hubby and I sat and enjoyed Frozen the other night. My daughter, the week before, while I was starting her computer up for school, played it through her stereo, and it felt like I needed to look more into it. I’m glad I did because while I love the song and it’s artist, and I can feel the energy in each line and what it means, watching the scene made a huge difference in what I read in it on a personal level.
Next time, I’ll have to write how the song relates to what I’m going through. It’s like my theme song right now.
“It’s time to see what I can do, to test the limits and break through, no right, no wrong, no rules for me, I’m free….”
I’ll let you know.
Until Monday… 🙂