Overturning the bandwagon

I kept a diary when I was very young.  I was never very diligent with it.  I didn’t do it on a consistent basis.  It was just sort of ramblings of a pre-teen mind.  I’ve tried several times since then to document my thoughts.  I taught myself tarot by doing personal readings every day and scribbling their translations in a journal.  I’ve also, on more than one occasion, have kept a gratitude journal to help me focus on the good things in my life.  When I was a teenager, one of the things I thought I might wanna be when I “grew up” was a writer.  No specific type of writer, just something creative.  I loved telling myself stories.  I didn’t, however, like the tedium of actually putting them on paper.  So I mostly just daydreamed them.  To this day, I continue to create stories, for myself only.  Since the illnesses began, I find I have so much “down time” that the ability to fantasize so vividly keeps my mind occupied enough that I don’t go crazy from boredom.  So I guess a blog is just the natural progression of things…

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