Hey hey guys! *looks at the date* Oh gosh, and it really been that long since I wrote a journal? It didn't seem so long ago, really!
But oh well.I hope every had a wonderful Summer this year (2018) and that you had a wonderful Halloween and Thanksgiving...those of you in Canada (October) and America (November). Oh, and thank you to all who sent me birthday wishes, I really appreciate it. Even though I didn't do much (as usual), it was fun reading your wishes. Thank you.
Other than that, nothing's really changed. I'm still having a grand time writing Wrath Of Ibeji, and I also want to take this time to thank those of you who actually read and commented on my stories so far. You guys are amazing, you know how you are. Thanks for showing me that there are really great people here, with heart and warmth....you're not here to just "OOOH!" and "AAAH! SO CUTE!" at the pics of those popular artists. You're one of those few here who actually care about other members here to struggle to get recognition. Thank you for commenting, it really make a difference.
I'm still thinking about joining that website for writers (Society Of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators), which can be found here:
I'll be sure to keep you updated, those of you who read and comment. I have a really good feeling about that website and know it can help me.
On another note, my grandmother that I visited in Canada over the Summer passed away. It's kind of freaky, but somehow, I think fate must have arranged that me, my mom, and uncle see my grandmother....kind of like it was coming soon. She will definitely be missed, even though she was a ...well...difficult woman to get along with.
Growing up, I knew I wasn't her favorite grandchild...she made that very clear, but I still appreciate hearing the life lessons and stories she gave to my other cousins and brothers. I can honestly say I learned a lot from her. Again, she'll be greatly missed.
Well, that's all with me. I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May all your hopes and dreams for the New Year come true.