Writing Challenge (Day 23) Family  

First off i would like to say Happy Thanksgiving! I hope yours are going well. Thanksgiving is a day that brings people together, reuniting with love ones you haven’t seen in a while. Yet, my Thanksgiving will consist of me being home cooking and staying home. My daughter and I will be alone, for the remainder of the day, but it is fine. Our families aren’t that close and I really don’t remember the last time I sat at a family member’s table.

Yet, on this day, this challenge wants me to talk about a family member I dislike. It’s kind of hard doing so, even though I have a few-with reasons, I won’t get into it today for it is a holiday of giving thanks. No family member I know of read my blog posts so even if I would, they wouldn’t know what I’ve said.

Although, I am thankful. I’m thankful for waking up to another blessed day, seeing my daughter’s face. Thankful for you all. I do have my very small immediate family that I’m hoping to see, but it may be after Thanksgiving.

So, no matter what, love your love ones and come together in unity. I’m praying that mines will someday. Time is precious. I love you all.

Relaxed Day at the Beach

It has been almost two weeks since my relaxing, fun-filled day at Myrtle Beach, SC with my family. I know, I’m late posting. My apologies. It had been nearly sixteen years that I been to the beach until now.

Spending time with the family while also relaxing, feeling the ocean waves against my skin, and watching my daughter pretending to be a mermaid, was glorious. I had always blog about relaxing, finding your bliss, and etc., but finally took my own advice.

Now, I have been writing my novel for my 90-day writer’s challenge for a little over a month now. My mind is clearer. I can finally get my creative juices going.

Writing and blogging besides being a mom and plugging in my iPod listening to variety of music, really makes the whirls of the world easy to deal with.

What do you do to help you find inner peace?