What Did she Mean By That?


Once in a while, I will get a question from a friend about why I posted something in particular.  These friends are well meaning.  They want to be sure that I’m ok.  I’m very blessed to have these people in my life.

What you see here does not always reflect what is happening in my life.  Other times it will.  I’ll keep you guessing.

Sometimes, I’m prompted by a line I hear, perhaps even just a word.  Sometimes I just have the Need to Create.  I’m pulled to the keyboard by unknown forces.  Sometimes what is produced surprises me!

That’s part of the joy and the draw.

What you will see here is sometimes dark.  Other times it’s joyous and loving.  It just depends where the keys take me that day.  Then, there are the times what I sit and stare at that white screen and nothing happens.

I’ve developed an almost daily habit of writing.  A good thing!  It’s taken me a long time to get here.

My blog is pretty random and I’m sure will continue to be this way.  I write about whatever is on my mind at the time.

Rest assured that I am at a Very Good place in my life.  I’m Happy.  I’m happy with who looks back in the mirror at me in the morning.  (THAT took a long time to happen)  I’m happy with my job, where I live, etc.

Copyright (C) 2017 Penny Wilson

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “What Did she Mean By That?

  1. You said it perfectly. As writers, we try and touch on a full range of emotions and feelings. Much of it we have experienced, but some we have not. Not everything we write is about us personally, especially when we get creative or dark. Even knowing that, I will still ask if someone is OK. It’s who I am. 😃💛

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  2. I did notice that little sentence at the bottom of yesterday’s post about it being only fiction. I guess others either missed it or didn’t think it was 100% true. Yes, with creative writing we have to take on all moods and write them with conviction.

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