11 Oct 2010

I Am Swinging...

I have a bad headache and I feel an imminent flu.

My mood has being swinging between burst of happiness and teary since last week. But today I feel very low and I am thinking about the good books that many authors have already published which I have not. I feel like giving up my dream of becoming published, because I feel like I don't have the energy for waiting eternity before I get something published.

Perhaps it is my mood that is playing this bad negative mind on me but I really feel like hiding in my bed from the world and maybe cry.

Ops, maybe I am going too far with this blog-therapy post. My heart is full and I feel like crying, I really feel low without any explanation.

No, my boobs are not soar; I just think, maybe, Miss Scarlett is coming to visit me, again :

I better go sleep early and maybe tomorrow I will feel better...


  1. I think this all the time about publishing! I start to think I have a good story or article, and then I get down on myself and think nobody would want to read this, it's not good enough! I don't know how to get over it, really. I'm so afraid of failure and rejection I just don't submit stuff. I hope you can overcome it and share how you do.

  2. I'm sorry you're feeling down... I'm sure your time will come soon. Think positive, I know sometimes its hard.

    Maybe it will cheer you up that you have a new follower here from FMBT? maybe?

    I'm sending happy thoughts yourway.

  3. I know how feeling down and giving up on things feel. I definitely hope things start looking up for you soon! We've been trying to have a baby for going on 7 months now and this time I was sure this was it. I was eating differently, tired a lot more, my boobs seem bigger/heavier, and a few other 'pregnancy symptoms'. But nope, Aunt Flo came for her usual stay on Monday.

    Just keep trying - for getting published and for a baby. It'll happen when it's supposed to happen! Keep your head up! :)

  4. Hi Ms. Baby Plan! I am dropping in to say don't give up! I don't know you personally, but I feel like I know you through blogging. I sometimes feel the way you feel, but I look at my life thus far and give thanks. I continue to speak positive affirmations in my life. You have come to far to stop now!! I know you will be published and I know you will be talking about your bundle of joy on your blog in the future.

    I grabbed a CD I haven't listened to in awhile to play in the car on the way to work today and I am glad I did. It was right on time, just for you!!


    Stay encouraged!!

  5. Sending you a virtual big hug...feel better! God has everything in control!

  6. Thank you ladies for your wonderful words I am feeling better and tomorrow thoughtful Wednesday will be dedicated to all of my readers.

    Your words truely made the day look rosy and positive. I did not give up on my art of writing, instead I read some old piece and started to work on a piece. I also read articles and books to look for great lines that can inspire me write better articles and stories.

    I also smiled looking at a man carrying his baby. Watching him and his wife with their little baby warmed my heart... He is 36 years old and she is, maybe, 32 and the baby is about four months old, that means age is just a number.


  7. I hope you are feeling better. Here is something to cheer you up: I just gave you a stylish blogger award. Come by and get it when you can. Better days are ahead.

  8. Thanks Mrs. K for the stylish award. It makes me very happy.

  9. I'm sorry your journey to having a baby isn't going how you'd hoped. I've been down that road and its such a difficult one. I will keep you in my prayers. I wish I had a magical answer for you :o(

    Stopping by from Catch a Wave Wednesday- I'm GFC following!!


  10. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my blog - I thought I'd return the favor, and I must say, I'm intrigued! I read your About Me page and find your plan to prepare physically/mentally/emotionally for pregnancy very intelligent. My husband and I aren't ready for parenthood yet, which is fine, but I never thought to begin preparation, mostly emotionally for me, NOW. Good idea. I need to stop fighting the notion of having a child and all that entails. I have all those same fears you do, for SURE.

    Anyway, lookind forward to following along! I hope you are feeling better! :)


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