And We Turn Yet Again

Working.  Writing is difficult.  In general, it is difficult.  It is especially difficult when you don’t feel well.  Since I haven’t received any comments or likes on the posts of the past month and detailing my life, as it were, I have removed all of those posts and have decided to just keep going as necessary.  The public has spoken, or not spoken, as it were.  It is always difficult to tell what will be popular and what won’t.  Part of me feels as if I should be upset, but, in truth, I don’t.  It was an experiment, and it didn’t go well.

The deadline for the story is still November, however, I believe it may not be until the last day of November when it is finished and up on Kindle.  As long as I meet the November deadline I’ve set for myself, I will be very happy and accomplish the main goal I set for myself this year.

Here in Kentucky, we are in full fall.  The trees are deciding if they want to turn or not.  Some trees are trying on different colors for the big Fall Fling.  I am excited to see what the fall tree fashion is going to be like.

Music:  “Playing Dead”, Bobaflex, Album- Hell In My Heart

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About Henrietta Handy

I am a Kentucky mountain girl far from home, perhaps far from the girl years. I am an aspiring writer with a wonderful husband who puts up with this writing and reading addiction I have. He also puts up with all of the yarn and knitting. I have four canine children and a ton of friends I love dearly. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 2 1/2 and have still managed to have a good life despite all the pain. So, I invite you to join me in this journey and just possibly have fun along the way.
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One Response to And We Turn Yet Again

  1. Rebecca L. Proudfoot says:

    Thank-you for the descriptor –Full Fall. Vivid. Especially with the violence and intolerance and narrow-minded acts/voices. Full Fall is wild wind blowing and swirling leaves, dust and birds. A disruption of Summer growth and stability.

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