I’ve been gone a while.
And now I’m back. I’m planning on posting something every day for the summer, as a personal challenge and as part of my plan to begin writing on a proper schedule again.
A few updates:
-My semester back at school was incredible. I am now finally finished with my freshman year of college and am a rising sophomore!
-I’ve been working on my third novel during the past few months and am going to hopefully finish it this summer.
-I have been learning, more and more, to be in the moment and not to worry so much. I have a long way to go, but it’s nice to know that I can actually make progress when I consciously work on myself.
12 thoughts on “Home For the Summer”
Good to hear from you! It sounds like you are creating beautiful things in your life.
I’m glad to be back ^_^.
Way to go!! A full fledged sophomore :)That’s great news. I’m so glad it went okay. I’ll be you’re happy to be home with that first year behind you. Way to go. I hope to see more of you now.
Thank you, Joy! I’ll definitely be around here more now :).
Should be an interesting summer…
Indeed! I look forward to it :).
Yay! I’m so glad to hear your semester went well (I’d love to hear more details — which courses were your favourite? Did you have any zany adventures outside school? Or in school? Were there any super-memorable profs that you’d like to have again?)
Best of luck working on your novel! =D
Also, good job on learning to worry less. That’s something I’ve been meaning to work on, too.
I’m so happy you’re back home safe and sound, and I’m really looking forward to reading your posts this summer!
Hey there, deary! I will try to write a bit about what’s been happening, and I look forward to seeing YOU post more as well <3.
So glad you’re back! ❤
I’m glad to BE back, Kit ^_^.
Congrats on finishing up your freshman year! Congrats, too, on making progress toward living in the now. I’ve spent a lot of the last half-decade struggling with that, but I’ve found a little reason to relent in my son’s delight with a half-dozen new-to-him things every day. 🙂
Thank you so much!
Kids are great that way, aren’t they? I have a few friends with nieces and nephews and they’ve told me about that wondrous feeling of seeing the world anew through a toddler’s endless excitement and discovery.