Thanks for joining me. I am so excited to begin this blog. I really wanted a place where I could talk about anything and everything. One thing I’ve learned is that life has beautiful moments, but it is never perfect. There are days when you feel like you’re totally winning at being a wife, mother, friend, family member, or whatever. Other days, you feel like you’re barely making it! My goal is to share the good and the bad so my readers will know that they’re doing just fine.
Let me tell you a little about myself. I have been married for 5 years and have 4 beautiful boys. I have been a jack of all trades, and recently took a break from my career to spend more time with my family and with my writing. I went to Sam Houston State University, and to the Lone Star Law Enforcement Academy. Law Enforcement has been a wonderful career, but it takes a toll on your life. Right now, I don’t know if I well be returning to it.
About my writing
For me writing has always been a personal experience. It didn’t matter if I was writing a story, or writing a letter. It has always felt like my writing was a piece of me that I didn’t want to share with the public. I have always enjoyed writing by hand instead of typing. For me it’s like my head , and sometimes heart, are so full that I have to purge it all onto paper. At one stage of my life I was going through a big change. I took all my writings and burned them. It was a double blade sword. It was a death to all that I had put on paper, but it was also sealing it away so no one would have access to that part of me.
I have been working as a part time freelance writer for two years. I decided that I wanted to spend more time writing because it makes me feel good. Now was the time to share my writings with the world. I am pursuing this in a couple of ways. I have been writing for several clients. I am working on a book, and I am super excited to be starting this blog. I really hope that you can connect with and enjoy my blog posts.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton