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Giving Thanks

By MerlynHawk
This is the prayer I say before eating.
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Thank you, sweetie :glomp:
Forestina-Fotos's avatar
:hug:

P.S...I've edited Chimera up to chapter 17 if you're still interested in having a re-read. 1-16 is all on one file.
How's your own writing going? :)
MerlynHawk's avatar
Yes, I would like to re-read Chimera ... but my own writing is ... not really going well ... for the first time in 5 years. In fact, 5 years yesterday! weird, huh?

Send the file on Chimera whenever you want.
Forestina-Fotos's avatar
A little bit of writer's block now and again is natural. And you have written sooooo much over the past few years you should feel proud of yourself. :hug:
I'll email you the Chimera file. There have been a few changes and I'm still not 100% happy so will probably make more. No pressure for any feedback or anything (unless you wanted to). I just thought you'd be interested in seeing the changes. :)
MerlynHawk's avatar
Thanks, sweetie. :hug: I just got it and I'm really looking forward to seeing the changes.

As far as my writer's block goes - it's weird actually. I'm working on a 2nd draft of the latest one and I just cant seem to get through it. I know what I need to do, but it just seems like such an effort.

The thing is, I've got more of the story still rocketing around in my head.

I just wish I could get through this rewrite so I could move on.

Aw well, it'll all come out in the wash. :shrug:
I have long considered heroism to be a daily way of life, not just a one time act in crisis situations.  To wit, when you have both put in a long day, tired and maybe with a cold coming on, in your night clothes and suddenly remember trash pick-up is tomorrow, the one who dons shoes and coat to get the garbage to the curb, without whining, male or female, is the hero on that day.  With that in mind, I agree with Corvidae in that Gratitude seems to be a dying art sorely in need of regeneration.  It's right up there with daily heroism, simple elegance and diplomacy.  Thank you for you gentle reminder.
MerlynHawk's avatar
Wow, thank you very much.

I do agree with you about heroism. My husband is that hero to me on a daily basis.

I am seriously disabled and he never complains when I ask him to get up in the middle of the night to get my pills or help me get comfortable in bed. And I always think of him as I give thanks for my food as he does all the cooking.

I thank you as well for reminding me of his heroism.
Wow, feel like our two households should meet!  This account is in my husband's name, that's who "Greg" is but I actually do most of the upkeep/correspondence for the site.  My migraines became chronic about 5 years ago and the Gov officially declared me disabled 2 years ago.  Money is tight and I do what I can to remain as viable a partner in our marriage as possible but I feel like I do much less now than when we first married and he never complains.  He lets me do as much as I can without interfering or making me feel like a burden but has a way of always making sure I know I can call on him at any time for anything.  When I try to express my appreciation for what a good husband he is he tells me that just wanting to be my hero makes the rest of it easy.  Truly we are blessed people!
MerlynHawk's avatar
Absolutely true.
If you would like to stay in touch more than just here, feel free to email me at knotyourworld@dublin.com
Corvidae65's avatar
It's never a bad idea to give thanks--especially at meal time :pray:  You're ritual is one that has fallen to the side over the years, but it's good to revive it :thumbsup:

:hug: Hawk!
MerlynHawk's avatar
Thanks, John. I've missed seeing you around. You must be doing a lot of driving.
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