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It has taken me most of my adult life to get to the point where my three teenage sons have accepted my friend requests on Facebook.
I’m not sure if this is a major victory or a daily reminder of my greatest defeat. Tonight my son Rocky posted a heartfelt message that went something like this:
“Idk how people can just kick friends and family out of there life’s over stupid things. I fear losing the people around me more than I fear death. I could never do it.”
To which I replied on his Facebook page.
It’s their lives, not there life’s. Just sayin.
Rocky immediately sent me a private message:
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The truth is, I do need help.
About $700 still needed in order for me to get the treatment I need. One I urgently and badly need. In order to eat properly and smile and stuff like that. No big deal, right?
A treatment I need one as soon as possible as to not break one of the fiber glass implants, which would mean trouble (and a lot more money needed).
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In my humble opinion, there are two main rules to becoming a writer: read a lot and write a lot. You can’t do one without the other, no matter how much you try. Fiction writing is different than any other kind of writing, and there’s a point in knowing the conventions of the genre before you can break them.
But today’s post is about writing. A lot.
Here we are, holding hands at the edge of forever. Here we are, in the emptiness between stars. Here we are, waiting for another life.
Soulmates never die.
You know the legend the Ancient Greeks had about humans? That they once had four legs and four arms and heads with two faces? That Zeus, afraid of them being too powerful, decided to split them in half, damned them to spend a lifetime in search of their missing halves?
No, not a lifetime, but a thousand lifetimes…