I hope you are all sitting down when you read this post.
This morning I opened a national newspaper namely "The Sun" and turned to the letters page. I often do this to see if I have been lucky enough to get a letter or two published.
Well to my amazement I didn't notice my letter until I looked to see what had won letter of the day and the £50 that comes with this pleasure and there it was for all to see. My emailled letter sent while watching News at Ten and I had a bee in my bonnet about two main news items. So instead of just sitting staring at the television ranting as some people do I emailled off my rant in coherent language and hey presto I achieved a result.
Patience is a virtue and like a spider I just tried and tried again to get a letter printed.
The more you do something the better you get with practise and experience.
Who knows what the rest of the year will bring but this is one success I will not forget.
Thank you Wrekin Writers for all your support and encouragement.
This boost will help me through the turbulent week I face next week.
Tonight has been helpful too as I went to the local swimming club where I volunteer as a poolside helper. I now know I am an asset to the club and am starting to fit in well.
The business cards arrived Thursday morning and have been well received. I dropped some off at the hospital today in time for clinic day on Monday.
So being organised certainly helps.
The house looks like a bomb has hit it right now as the shower is finally getting revamped after months of not being able to utilise it.
The bathroom mirror is currently on the living room floor and Missi now thinks we have another cat. This is hilarious to watch as she keeps walking around it to find the cat. Unlike previous cats I have owned she isn't bounding up to it sideways with a bushy tail she seems to accept that there is something strange happening in this house.
I suppose living with me must be very strange for her!!
Missi is a very caring cat and worries when anything happens to either of us. The other night my darling husband choked for a short while. During this episode Missi looked through the bannisters to see what was going on but kept a distance as she was concerned.
We had already seen this behaviour in early January when I was taken ill but not before for Steve. Now we know she cares for us equally and vice versa.
My writing is being spurred on by her company. I am going to take it easy the next week or so but hope that the success today will spur me on to achieve even greater things.
I have lots of projects keeping me busy right now and will update you all as to progress soon.
Best wishes to you all.