Everybody Has a Story



 I took a deep breath and listened to the old bray of my heart. I am. I am. I am. ~Sylvia Plath




A few years ago, I watched the movie "Julia and Julia".  I grew fascinated by the idea of having a voice out in the blogasphere.  Speaking my thoughts out-loud and actually having someone listen.  Over time, it became another branch of a dream that I already had stirring in the winds of my heart and mind; I knew that it was something that I would eventually do.

It was not long after those thoughts that my world took a turn that I had never expected.  I was faced with the stress of an adult child with a severe drug addiction.  I cannot express how devastating it was for me, but somehow throughout that period I took the time to create my blog and started plugging away at writing and making my voice heard.  Little by little, I met other bloggers to follow that also followed me.  I came across a blog called Poets Who Blog. At the time I was unaware it was not an active site so I left my email and a link to my site.  Within a month of that time, I was contacted by Robert Lloyd the founder of another wonderful and still very active site called "Poet's United".  Since then there has been no turning back.

My life has changed in many ways since then.  I am now divorced, living in an apartment with my son.  It is hard sometimes, but I always have something new to write about, and that is a good thing.  I have found that I write more in adversity than I do in the complacency of easy times, but I do write either way.  All I can hope for now is that I will find inspiration and a true muse in the good times that I hope await.


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