Monday, February 4, 2019

This is the year


Diesel keeping guard

Finding inspiration has been hard for me for a while now. Not just in terms of writing, but life in general. Even though I’m still grieving for Diesel, I want to blog more. I want to write more.

Diesel had such a love for life. He was always upbeat, which is the exact opposite of me, most days. He was very aware how unique his personality was, and he had a strong rebellious streak.

Diesel taking over my bed


So now I live and write for him. He taught me to live life on my terms. And I’ve started saying no to opportunities, and traditions that don’t work for me.

I don’t care what else falls my way, 2019 is the year I stop making excuses. The year I start being more productive. I’ve already finished up the Executioner (book 2 in my Thelum Series), and still hope to publish it this year. Also, I want to indie publish at least 5 short stories this year. You are more than welcome to hold me accountable.

If you want, you can sign up to my newsletter to be in-the-know about my new releases, and such. Since the new personal information law last year, I had to delete everyone that had previously signed up. But of course I will make announcements on here too.

So, you might be seeing me around here more often.

What are your plans for 2019?

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  1. You can do it! You have your motivation now.

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  2. So sorry about your furbaby. Mine are older, so it's something I will have to face again, too. But Diesel is still right with you urging you own. I'm looking forward to seeing more from you. I'll find a way to get Diesel to nip your heels if that's what it takes to get you moving :)

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    1. Thank you, Carol. He used to hit me with his paw if he wanted something, or if he wanted to play. So, yes, he can give me a few good knocks if I drift off course again😊

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  3. God blessed you with Diesel.

    Love,
    Janie

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  4. It hurts to lose them. They are the best at offering love. After Snickers died a few years ago, I swore I'd never get another. How could she be replaced? Now, I have three more! I'm glad I have them. I can never replace the ones that are gone, but these guys needed a home and I needed puppy love!

    It's great that you're feeling motivated! I signed up for the newsletter so I can stay informed and ready to give you some accountability nudges when needed. :)

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    1. Thank you, Elizabeth. I appreciate it.

      We still have my sister and brother's dogs with us, so I spoil them now. My sister is trying to get me to adopt, but I am tired of losing them. It tears me apart, and I lose a part of myself each time.

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  5. Hi Murees - it's great that Diesel is inspiring you ... you could write stories about him, building them into a memoir of sorts ... but great you're going to write - take care - cheers Hilary

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    1. Thank you, Hilary. My sister also made that suggestion. I might take that on in the future. I am continously making notes.

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  6. Great shots of Diesel. Love that he's inspiring you now.

    May 2019 be your most productive year yet—and if there's anything I can do to help with that, never hesitate to ask!

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  7. So sorry about Diesel, but at least he will always be with you in spirit... he was your baby and they never truly leave us...

    All the best for the new year! It will be productive and inspiring for you!

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