The Last Day

Today is the last day of Lent. Deciding to take on writing in this blog every day instead of giving something up has borne fruit.

The blog has 39 followers now. (I know one of you reading this is just dying to be number 40! Lol!) I’ve received comments on my posts from people I don’t know in real life and I’m confident the blog has legs now. I’ve communicated with other bloggers and read their soul-baring posts, while they’ve read mine. I knew in my heart this blog would turn into something great, something healing, and it has.

I’ve learned and reflected upon so much this Lenten season. I’ve meditated on my feelings. I’ve turned them upside down and inside out to better examine them. I’m not afraid of them or of sharing them with all of you. Thank you for supporting me in that.

I am afraid of the anniversary of my grandmother’s death though. I have a plan to meet up with a friend if the grief gets to be too much for me to bear.

I’m going to take tomorrow off from writing and celebrate Easter, but after that, I’m going to try to keep writing here every day, or at least a few times a week. I haven’t worked on either of the books I’m writing or my latest erotic short story, and I desperately need to.

The next time I “see” you, He will be risen. Enjoy the day tomorrow, whether you’re celebrating Easter or not.

P.S. Let me know in the comments if you’d be interested in seeing The Bereaved merchandise!!

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