If We Were Having Coffee // It’s My Birthday Month, and I’m Starting Again

15 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee // It’s My Birthday Month, and I’m Starting Again”

  1. One problem with your A-Z is that you took on a huge project! I loved your two posts, but after reading them all I could think is, “How much time did she spend on these?” They were fabulous, though, but since you missed doing them in April, you might think one or two a week instead.

    I hope you feel better.


    1. Well, I had hoped to have more time to prepare and when I didn’t I hoped to have time in the evenings and during my long lunches at work to throw the rest together but a lot got in the way. I’m so sad I couldn’t keep up but I’m trying this new thing where I follow through now matter what so turning them into a different project makes it easier. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  2. With chronic illness you have to learned to accept it. It is not easy to do. That is one reason I try to think positive! At first it will consume especially if you let it it. When I think back to my reactions after I first learn about Gluten Intolerance many of them not necessary.


    1. Betty, your comments always make me feel a little less alone, thank you. I’m working on the acceptance thing. It’s just that it’s hard enough to wrap your head around a disease but to also grasp forever with it takes some time. I’m not all bad I promise. I have hope and positivity too. I’m a fighter, don’t worry :)

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  3. Illness is stressful and draining. I’m sorry to hear you are still struggling. I hope things get better for you very soon. Good luck with the writing and have a wonderful birthday!


  4. I’m sorry you’re not feeling well. I hope things get better.

    My week was good. I spent the last couple of days in Savannah with my family, which didn’t leave a lot of time to write. But once in a while, you need a break. I’ve been thinking about a story I’ve been working on for a while. And just recently, after talking with a family friend, I think there’s another story to be told. I’m processing how I want to approach this story. I’m a bit torn right now on whether to start this new story or continue the current story. Regardless, it’s going to be a focus this week.

    Hope things get better.


  5. I know the feeling of wondering if you could make it through a day of work, not eating because the pain of hunger doesn’t out weight the pain of digestion, the jobs or careers I quit because I just couldn’t make it to work, and even the disappointment after you have a few good days and you hoped it magically went away just in time for it come back stronger than before. P.S. Coffee is best before a nap.


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