Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Gnome Slayers Rock

I am a lucky girl. I have two of the most incredible, jaw-dropping writers that I get to call dear friends. This past month has been draining both physically and emotionally. I have had to deal with health issues and my personal life is like a pane of glass that has shattered. All the while, I am staring at the pieces of my life, wondering, "Is this worth putting back together again?"

My fellow gnome-slayers have been by my side completely.

I wonder, is there more people out there like me? Those that cannot handle vulnerability. If you are one of them, take a minute and listen. Do not put walls up around your heart because eventually, you, yourself, will have to tear them down.

Through the gnome slayers, I have learned to allow people into my life. Knowing my writer-friends has been the best blessing I could have ever been given.

Now, if they can help me with my cuss mouth I'd be peachy keen. I'll admit, I can make a sailor blush with my wicked vocabulary.


Maegan Langer said...

Gnome Slayers of the world unite!

Sara B. Larson said...

I'm sorry you are having such a hard time right now, but so glad you have great friends to stand by you. What a difference that can make. Hang in there, sailor-mouth or not! ;)

Janiel Miller said...

"Personal life is like a pane of glass" - beautifully poignant. You are a great girl. Thanks, dear.

Russo said...

You three are incredible-Thank you so much for your kind words.

Maegan, do you know what's so crazy, your comment is what I was going to have the title be. Girl, we are on the same wave length.

Sara, you are so sweet. And you know what? Reading your blog has inspired me while I am recouping.

Janiel, thank you so much! I think the world of you.

Maegan Langer said...

We could always do a group post titled, 'Gnome Slayers of the World Unite!'

Russo said...

Oh, good idea, Maegan, I am so game for a group post~ I love hanging with ya'll.