Growing up with a father that worked for IBM meant many moves over the years. I became accustom to starting a new school, and trying to make the best of it. I have always been a bit of a loner, so that lifestyle probably worked fairly well for me. Changing schools didn’t give a lot of time to get involved very deep, so I didn’t. Even though we have now lived in our little town for almost twenty-five years, and our house for fourteen, I still find it difficult to really fit in and feel a part of everything.
Those old feelings are coming back as I navigate this blog once again. For the past year and a half, I’ve been working full-time as the Activity Director at our local rest home. I loved the job…my co-workers and the residents making it extremely hard to leave. But I just couldn’t keep up the pace any longer. I have some health issues that I’ve dealt with for about twenty five years, and they need to be taken care of. But because of the job, health and life in general, writing was sitting in the ‘way back’.
Everything changes after a time. The same with WordPress. I will have to learn new stuff on here again. But, I hope to reconnect with many of you on here, and gain some new friends. So, be patient as I learn the ropes, and try to update.
I am currently writing the third book in a series. The first two books are When Hope Blooms and When Love Grows. This WIP is titled When Faith Begins. As you can see below, my goal was to have it finished in 2018. Just a bit behind! I am so excited to be writing again. Last week I managed 12,000 words, and I’m hoping to have it finished soon! It was becoming very stressful to have readers coming up to me at events and asking if I had another book for them! As a writer, you don’t want to let your readers down, especially those that have been so loyal.
So this is a quick “Hello!” hoping you all are still there. I’ll post more when I can clear a path!
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So happy to hear from you once again!
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Great to be back! I pray all is well with you.