Why I Am Here

I used to hide my writings.  Even on Facebook, I would only show my writings to a select few as I knew others wouldn’t appreciate my thoughts and feelings as a lot of my views contradict mainstream social attitudes. And that’s OK. My husband who is a fan of my work told me I was wasting my time and that I needed real exposure, so he recommended I get my own website. I have another friend who told me that I need my own website as well and that I would attract people who would sincerely be interested in what I’d have to say. He told me that my client-base was off on Facebook so he encouraged me to come here.

I love to write and these two special people gave me the encouragement I needed to bring my work over here. I had been resistant to come here at first thinking who’d be interested in reading about ideas that don’t conform? Now, my writing is not for everyone and that’s alright. And I am not here to write for everyone. I am here to write for myself and the few who might appreciate it.

A big thank you to my dear husband and my friend for believing in me.

We all come here with special unique gifts. There is something YOU can do and share with the world. Why not share your talents too?

I have spent too much of my life wasting time and allowing others to define me. Now, it’s time for me to give full expression to who I am. And this is what I do.

And I would only hope that you realize your gifts and express them and be proud of them as well. And if you can be proud of yourself, than you can be also proud of others.

Thank you for your support.

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