The More I Learn, The LESS I Know... This Week, I Learned...

This week, I learned TONS of stuff! I learned:

1. When I write something I think is good, I want to keep writing.

2. When I write something and hit "publish," sometimes I think it sucks. So I delete it. And then, a friend gives me encouragement and I realize maybe it didn't suck. Dammit! That wasn't so bad after all.

3. When I am honest, I am most vulnerable. Being vulnerable sucks for me.

4. When I am not perfect, my closest friends forgive me. In spite of myself.

5. My little furry animal companion is getting older. And that sucks. I'm not ready to let her go.

6. I need to "Let It Go."

7. Clutter is BAD. I need to simplify.

8. #StampyLongnose KICKS ass and also liked my daughter's drawing of him.

9. I LOVE my new job. Finally. I'm a mom. And I get to create. Bonus!

10. I need to have surgery for the pain in my neck. It's mandatory.

I'll show you an official pic from my "films" later. Unless I forget to. That's more likely.

If you've felt hung out to dry, left out in the cold, sad and lonely because I haven't been here for you...I'm sorry. Come BACK! I miss you. I'll try to dislike myself less and be here more often. For you. <3

Love, Lucy


  1. I'm so happy that you have found a job you love! Yea! I too have found my friends to be instrumental in helping me be a better writer. Love your lessons learned! xo

    1. Kathy, I love YOU! You are such an amazing writer and even more amazing friend. ;-) Thanks for your comment! I haven't been blogging nearly as much lately, but I have been busy making kick-ass lockets. It was nice of you to stop by.

  2. I am sorry that you have to have surgery on your neck. Thank you for sharing, I haven't seen your posts in a while on Triberr. ( I remember the dreaded summer situation with the RV accident) Hopefully, this isn't the cause of your neck issues.

    1. Unfortunately, yes. That would be the cause. But fortunately, I'm too damn stubborn to go down without a fight. Thanks so much for stopping by!

    2. I hope that surgery is successful and relieves your pain. I had an accident in 1998 and never fully healed so today I suffer from chronic back pain and fibro. At least you are getting treatment early on and attempting to fix the issues so that you don't have long term issues. At this point they told me surgery might take away my pain and it may not.


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