Please Excuse My Absence

Have no fear, I am still here (or so Dr. Seuss would say in his unique and catchy way).  I have been going through an emotional upheaval and change in situation that has prevented me from posting.  No worries – – you won’t hear of me trashing a hotel room or shaving my head and using lawn furniture  to beat the media away, a la Britney Spears (although that could definitely make my little blog a hot topic).

I am still reading others’ blogs and posts, even if I don’t comment.  I will write more about what is going on with me in the future.  Is it true that emotional duress can bring out the best in your writing?  I’m curious to know what you all think.

Be back soon.


8 thoughts on “Please Excuse My Absence

    • Thank you, Melissa. I am still here and things will get better with time. Hopefully everything that is going on will either improve my writing or impact it positively.

      Hope all is well with you!

  1. It hasn’t brought out the best in mine because I have just been procrastinating since my upheaval (nothing new, really). However, I’m seeking to remedy that forthwith!

    I know what’s going on with you and I know exactly how you feel. I was trying to explain to my son last night that it’s better to let go of something you can’t change. You know kids…they have a hard time with that. I’m going to continue this in a Facebook message. I don’t want to give away your news. 🙂

    • With a lot of upheaval, it’s hard to focus your mind at times – – much less bring out that creativity!

      Thank you for your support, Michelle. I’ll be rooting for you during your Write-A-Thon! (and maybe even participating)

  2. i found that it hindered mine, but only because i found myself crippled at the thought of writing anything about my personal life, and if I can’t do that, I’m not sure there’s a point in me writing at all…

    stay strong, stay open, and even if you’re not posting stuff, keep writing. 🙂

    • I actually want to write about my personal situation once things are a bit more settled. I guess that’s my writer personality – – I can always express myself better in writing! But I do understand feeling crippled at the thought. Sometimes I find myself frozen in fear at beginning something, even when it’s an incredible idea.

      I’ll definitely keep writing. You too, T!

  3. I think Dr. Seuss has the cure for pretty much whatever ails anyone. As to emotional duress duress… I don’t know if brings out the best in my writing, but it certainly ups the output! 🙂

    • So true. Dr. Seuss or Pooh! Always great go-to sources for “what should I do”?

      Thanks so much for stopping by and posting Susannah.

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