Author has written 15 stories for Romance, Historical, Life, Love, Nature, Thriller, Friendship, Supernatural, and Young Adult.
I've lived, experienced, and now I understand.
If I don't write, I become miserable. If I'm not miserable, I don't write. I write all the time. The conclusion is I'm always miserable. Just kidding. I'm a sad person, but not miserable. I'm bisexual, and leaning towards lesbianism. Scratch that. I have had a wonderful and supportive boyfriend for eleven months. He loves my writing and always says it's like gold. I read aloud what I've written once I get to a certain point. He loves it. :) YAY FOR SENSITIVE BOYS WHO AREN'T AFRAID OF THEIR EMOTIONS!
I'm an advocate of being oneself, no matter the consequences. Mine is that I have very few friends, but they are close and I can be myself. I find myself alone frequently, but my friends make me feel special. I've been instructed since youth to be myself before people start to dislike it. Where is the logic in that? It's just counteracting itself.
We only live once, and as cliched as it sounds, don't waste a moment. Allow yourself to be selfish, but also be willing to help others if the situation comes up. You want to feel fulfilled as well as satisfied that you have lived to the fullest.
I have two cats and a pink toed tarantula. My cats are Gray Cat, with one eye, and Winter. My tarantula's name is Pinkey.