Alright.

I think I am alright again. A silly thing to say, but there you go. Three precious words:
I am alright.
Life has a habit of happening when you’re making other plans and I saw a reflection of this in my own these past couple of weeks. Events shaped and altered my word in such a way that it affected the very way I function. At first, I thought I would never get out of my funk but I decided to take a moment, to take one deep breath, and start over again.
So, from tomorrow things will be resuming as normal on this blog. I’ll continue with Mystery Mondays until someone tells me to stop, I’ll support Aheila’s Drabble Day’s on Tuesdays and on Thursday’s I’ll write some kind of review or reflection of my week’s experience. The other days will be left open either for suggestions from you, or random moments as I see the need to write.
I’m also going to make a conscious effort to take up my project again, work on my original book, finish my outstanding fan fiction and play Mass Effect 2. 😉 This is of course counter productive for writing, but heck – it’s FUN.
So, thank you for waiting on me – you will not be disappointed.

Alyss

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6 thoughts on “Alright.

  1. Ryan June 12, 2011 / 10:38 pm

    You sound better! Spirited. Happier. I’m happy about that. I know you had a couple of very trying weeks. I’m definitely looking forward to Mystery Monday and to your Drabbles (and to your comments on mine) and everything else you have planned for your blog. 🙂

    • Alyssa June 13, 2011 / 9:58 pm

      *cough* Yes, I am terribly behind with commenting on your blog… not that I don’t like your work, lol. You are one of my favorites. 😉
      Thanks for always commenting Ryan, I really do appreciate it!

  2. hearandlearn June 13, 2011 / 2:32 am

    Welcome back to the living! Glad you could join us in our constant efforts to prove we are more normal than other people. May I respectfully suggest you write some fiction using actual people in history as the main character. An example, you start out the story by saying, “It is not wildly known, but Thomas Jefferson had a terrible problem with the fear of large groups of people.” Then you proceed to talk about how he dealt with the problem, from the viewpoint of an old friend (Yourself with a made-up name), and talk about how the problem affected his life. Naturally, you can make it funny, or serious, and wonderful or even tragic. The idea is to talk to the people as if you are an old, close friend of your famous subject person. I don’t know, I thought it might be interesting. You have the creative mind and the vocabulary for it, so who knows! Take CAre! Don

    • Alyssa June 13, 2011 / 9:59 pm

      I’ll see what I can do. 🙂

  3. Jenn June 13, 2011 / 1:13 pm

    I’m so glad that you are feeling back to normal. And as we know, keeping a routine definately seems to help. I can’t wait for the mystery monday!

    • Alyssa June 13, 2011 / 9:56 pm

      Most definitively. It is what carries me sadly. 🙂 It helps me slog through the week!

      Thank you.l

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