Finally we hit 200 posts.
I feel blessed.
Now that Easter is here, I would like to thank The Guy above for his unending love and blessings He sent my way and for The gift of life .
Thanks to my readers for your constant support. For reading my work. For validating my struggles by commenting and e-mailing me. Sometimes all it takes is to hear from you and I know I don’t have to stop writing for the internet
Thanks to my friends, family, strangers and beautiful glorious sundown for inspiration, sharing moments with me and your stories.
Thanks to insomnia I get to write at night.
Special thanks to my hormones, that girl, surely, makes me bleed words and literally.
Today it’s all morning sunshine, coffee and gratitude. It’s truly during Easter weekend, just after the glorious ecclesiastial full Moon. The universe is all awesomeness and gratitude.
It wouldn’t have been possible without y’all sharing your stories and life with me.
It wouldn’t have been possible without the glorious beautiful sunset that inspires me to want to create something beautiful.
It wouldn’t have been possible without conversation with the moon. She inspires conversations in my head for the book I will never write.
3am is a beautiful place. It’s where my favorite pieces come from.
Thanks to bloggers for supporting and editing my work.
My hormones, she is the best.
Thanks to everyone and everything that made blogging worth the work, vulnerability and the pain.
Thanks to WordPress for giving me a platform to project my life.
It wouldn’t have been possible without the internet community. I may never meet y’all but surely you have been the best. Your support, hate speech, spam messages and constructive criticism has been for the best.
I hope my words have not been in vain.
Keep the love. Keep the support.
Yesterday and other days from yesterday I have had moments of walking away from writing. The vulnerability of sharing my thoughts online sometimes literally hurts. But it’s the posts that leave me most vulnerable that matter the most. It’s the posts of my struggles that make a few people feel less alone and for me that’s enough.