This morning I listed potential work for the new year. The title, "Potential Jobs" was written in fancy cursive with the jobs bulleted below in capitalized print. The choice of lined paper added the right amount of professionalism. This list is visually appealing, as is my preference. I began brainstorming how to boost the amount of bullet points, how to fill more lines. The uneasy emptiness in the pit of my stomach, the feeling which is trailed by tears, stopped me. I cried in a brown, suede chair next to a Douglas fir with twinkle lights which would rival the Kira Kira app. Opal tilt her head, made her way to me, and licked the damp salt on my cheeks. I wasn't upset by the number of jobs. The quality of the potential work made up for the amount. I was humiliated they all were written in pencil.
Visit the corner of the world where I write, my home within a home.
The time is come to test the waters of full-time freelance.
Check out the latest special occasion and bridal boutique to hit the streets of Sewickley, Luna Boutique.
Join my family and I as we embark on a day of exploration and gratitude on Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska.
Wavy Alabaster has turned two and I reflect on what keeps my focus, my attention. Hint, it is not my own words.