beauty in the breakdown

dear bloggie besties:

please note:

sometimes i feel like i am, but i am not having a breakdown.
i am fed up with the ignorant ways of sad people who can't move forward in their life...
and i'm trying to go about my own life the way i have been...
but once again, these people bring me down.

i know, i know...these people shouldn't
be in my life at all, right?
you're right.
but i think the process
is going to be a pain-in-the-ass
because of juvenile mentalities.

today, i find that i have so much to say and i don't know where to begin.

i enjoy so many things...and i know i say them repeatedly...
homemaking, crafts, music, cinema, art, reading
my writing.

at this point, would it be a good idea to print out multiple copies
of my books
and bring them to various locations around Manhattan?

what do you think?
i always wondered, for you bosses out there...
if someone comes to you and physically pursues a job
that you have not advertised for
is that a good thing or a bad thing?

i've been in the boss situation before
(well, kinda)
and it's kind of creepy to me
and since it never works out...

anyway, i thought i would put it out there.

please let me know if you have the answer...

as always
your input is valued like you have no idea :)


1 comment:

  1. There is nothing wrong with ambition and perseverance,however it's also unprofessional in many circumstances to just show up unannounced. Work on getting appointments and then wow them.

    You can print up manuscripts, and get your illustration mock ups together (best done on PowerPoint or on your lap top. people are preferring paperless from my most recent experiences)

    Most importantly follow your instincts. GOOD LUCK!


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