Back in the saddle

It happens: Shy librarian type seeks a couple of stallions.

I’m pulling out of my weird place that I was in where I was both busy and feeling avoidant. Today I am going to start accelerating until I’m back at full tilt boogie ASAP. I will not allow my lazy, hide-in-bed side to break promises to myself.

It’s like, the longer I stay away from writing about personal things, the more insurmountable it seems to resume. But that is a cowardly road. I can’t go down it again. It takes me to dark places. Time for some navel-gazing, I guess, then. When I hide from writing, I hide from myself, which means I must know what my problems are and what I ought do to solve them.

Ugly thought. Spoonful of sugar? Yes, please.

Better but not great.

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4 Responses to “Back in the saddle”

  1. panda eraser Says:

    tip for being less avoidant: go to trivia night, per all my peer pressure. watch me try to saddle a young buck.

    wait a second. a buck is a young deer, not a horse. oh, dear! i love shitty puns.

  2. E. Says:

    I have a sore throat and I’m poor and I’m down about life in general and not feeling like being charming or drunk or both… But it IS cold and I DO love welsh rarebit… If I decide to go, which is looking unlikely (sorry), I will text you!

  3. Steven Harris Says:

    Tilda is fantastic. A real actress in an industry swamped with razor-cheeked and big eyed pouters.

  4. E. Says:

    She steals the show in every film in which she is cast, for me anyway.

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