The life of a writer is never dull. This page is dedicated to the significant events, fun, and detours along my journey.
A little known fact of working from home is – you never quite know how to stop. There is no official beginning or end to the day. Projects blend together, meals are cooked and eaten, house work piles to the ceiling (literally), and personal interruptions are constant. Before you realize what you’ve accomplished, it’s time for bed.
Such were most of my days in October.
We still had time for fun and goal setting, but life so often gets in the way of our plans. Amid good times of joining Toastmasters and the Dallas Christian Filmmakers, my seventeen-year-old nephew had a bad wreck on his dirt bike. Leg broken in two places and six inches of vertebras compressed in his back will make for a long road to recover. But my big brother will not be alone in the aftermath of care.
The three and a half hour drive between my brother’s home and ours is a pain, but it will not stop us from being there when needed. As things stand now, that will be a lot. But God always makes a way.
I write this now as we near Fairfield on I-45, rain splattering through the darkness onto the windshield.
God is good.