Drifting Towards Success

drifting-boat

I feel as if I am afloat drifting across the great big sea

the currents carrying me whichever way they please

the breeze hitting my head protecting me

from the dangerous heat plaguing me

this metaphor for life represents my plight

how much I fight to get things done right

and the sea represents how massive the projects I am working on are

no wonder sometimes I feel overwhelmed and lost.

THis week I’ve done a lot

I went and got myself a brand new PO Box for reader mail

and I also went ahead and opened up a new cell line for people that need help

by text or by call they can reach me it’s up to them I just hope they use it

because I am here for them and they know it

my readers know I treasure them now more than ever things are finally changing for the better

and I have my website being revamped how cool will it look with all these new contact features

and I built a phone app for you all to enjoy

I know that’s cool right now so please download it and give it a try

it should be on the app stores within a day or two

that gives you some time to look for it too.

I really hope all my hard work pays off

advocacy at this level isn’t cheap and I barely make any pay

so please rejoice in the fact that I have financial support today

luckily my family is helpful in this way they want my dreams to play out like I do

they don’t want to see me fail in life like others

they want to see me succeed like many other authors

and get published so that I have some more credibility

that would mean everything to me!

7 thoughts on “Drifting Towards Success

  1. Your career is really taking off. I think that’s something to be excited about. Thanks you for caring about your readers – your new cell phone line for reader support shows how deeply you care about the chronic illness community.

  2. Your career is really taking off. I think that’s something to be excited about. Thanks you for caring about your readers – your new cell phone line for reader support shows how deeply you care about the chronic illness community.

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