I’m currently away from home and it’s too hard to keep my daily routine. Plus, I don’t have internet connection here. Thanks to technology though, I managed to upload this post from my phone. I hope you’ll enjoy it. Today’s topic is … disorientation.
Here’s the thing. I’m a student and that’s why there are some times within the year that I have to visit my parents. As good as that is, it’s bad for many other things. It’s just that I can’t follow my everyday routine here and I’ll have to suffer the consequences.
- First of all, I can’t write and so my third book has to wait, which is bad and I really don’t like it. There are some things that I need to take care of and everything is so difficult and I can’t relax or find any time to write.
- Dazed has to wait too. Many of you know that I am editing my first book with help from the critique group, Critique Circle. Now that I don’t have internet connection, I can’t critique other stories and I can’t upload more chapters. That’s too upsetting because CC needs time and now I’m losing important weeks. I’m so sad about this because editing is too difficult and now it feels a lot worse. I’m afraid that the editing will never stop. I fear that no one ever is going to read Dazed and I don’t want for this to happen.
- I can’t follow the blogs and I can’t read your posts. That’s very sad too. I read some from my phone, but it’s not the same. Plus, I lost last week's Feature and Follow. I hope I can make it this week. I really want to read your posts and chat with you.
- My reading is limited. I started The Snowman by Jo Nesbo, but I read only a few pages the day. So far it’s really good and I am anxious to see what’s going to happen.
Well, as you can see I feel disoriented and sad. I can't do the things I love and I feel like I am crushed under a ton of rocks and I’m struggling to make it to the surface. What can I say… it’s one of those days.
Have you ever felt like this? Like everything is just too much for you to handle? Share with me your experiences if you like.