No more than a dentist can escape having cavities, can a leader escape trouble. Just because you have access to the solution, doesn’t mean you escape the problem. The true beauty in ministry is admitting that we still require the same grace we help lead others to.– ~SARAH JAKES~
So, I cook myself some food. I take it out of the oven but when i’m transferring it onto my plate something happens causing it all to fall to the floor. So, I clear up the mess & sweep up the bits that remain.
I stare at the floor where it lay just minutes before. I say to myself “How do you feel?” She says that she feels nothing!
“I feel nothing!
It is what it is.
A hot drink will do.”
We’ll think about food later…
FLIP NOOOOOOO!! NOT TRUE!!!!!! I wanna grab the person in the picture, shake them off & pull them out of that room!
THIS IS DARK, I USED TO FEEL LIKE THIS… SUCH A DARK PLACE TO BE! NEVER AGAIN… EVEN WHEN I DO GET/FEEL CRAPPY ABOUT MYSELF… NEVER WILL ALLOW MYSELF TO LIVE HERE AGAIN! Uh this hurts my head. IF ANYONE FEELS LIKE THIS, HIT ME UP FOR A CHAT… REAL TALK… :) Its nuts that I totally & utterly get this picture… totally understand this.
Who drew this? I need to find them.
i remember way too many small details about people so i have to act dumb sometimes so i don’t freak them out
If you’re writing a scene or a chapter and it seems sort of thin, make a quick run through of Who, What, When, Where, and Why. If any of those questions seems a little weak, work on those details. (For me, I am normally slacking on the When and the Where.) If you address this, it will change your story/chapter/scene from ice milk to ice cream.