So, 2016 is almost upon us and I’m still thinking, ‘where did the time go?’
My time in Atlanta has been full of writing, sunshine and… writing. After ‘landing’ here in the good ‘ole South’- I was in shock for about six months. But now, a year and a half later, I’m still rather coming to terms with with just… being here.
Tragedy has struck, surprises (not all nice) have come, yet through it all, my faith in God has remained and here I am.
I feel so very blessed,
As with the writing- I have been partaking in that- a lot. And all will soon be revealed on that front.
Be patient, my luvvlies, be patient.
I have visited Savannah where I marveled at beautiful trees covered in Spanish moss (wondering how they got there) and visited the first African American Church; Chicago (where I didn’t try a pizza); a little German-town in Georgia called Helen (where I stood beside windmills and a Hansel and Gretel cottage); LA where I cheered at my first Martin Luther King Day Parade and Austin where I witnessed a lady walk around the street with no top on (apparently this is legal in Austin).
My dream is to drive across the West Coast, but considering I don’t enjoy driving and have yet to master the ‘other side of the road’ lark, we’ll just have to leave that fantasy alone for now. I am of course taking applications for any willing drivers… (I will pay in cupcakes).
As you can tell, this is a quick post to remind you I am still alive…. and writing.
I wish you all a wonderful 2016 and may all your wacky, crazy dreams come true!