New Year New Goals

Unlike my friend here, I don’t have an excuse for not writing more.

The past year has been a series of “if only” – If only I didn’t have to work full time, if only I had more time, if only I had a dedicated writing space, and on and on and on.

It’s the end of the year and I’m still working a full time job. We have bills to pay, just like most people I know. Whenever I begin to feel sorry for myself and wish for more time, I remember reading about Ray Bradbury toiling away each night, writing short stories after he worked to support his family. He wrote Fahrenheit 451 on a rented typewriter, in the basement of the UCLA library. I have a laptop I could take anywhere to write – including my office in the house we bought this year.

I’m grateful to the group of writing friends I’ve made. I wouldn’t have completed the works I have done this year if it hadn’t been for their support and encouragement.

With 2022 upon us, I’m wishing for a more productive year for everyone. In the meantime, here’s a link below to an older short story of mine that I think turned out well.

Old Long Since

Happy New Year!

6 thoughts on “New Year New Goals

  1. Hey, Terrye, my sweet. May this be the year that things fall into place. For all of us. You’re not alone. And thank goodness you’re not that mannequin. Poor girl.
    Happy New Year. Hope to see more of you here this year. All the best. Here’s looking at you, bright eyes, you.
    May there be light!
    xo 🎄 🪅 ✍🏻 💕 xo

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