Love And The Country #15 -Rose Terrace Update, Emmy’s, and Writers Block

I took the advice of friends and I told my Rose Terrace stalker to go away (in much nicer terms, but I did NOT say sorry, Britchy!) He has stopped coming by so often, but he does still pop in from time to time, although, not to see me. He asked my colleague if he could borrow a chainsaw, which I must admit, was a tad bit disturbing. I mean, what exactly does a homeless man need with a chainsaw?

I have a colleague who just loves giving me a hard time about my “admirer,” but he’ll learn very quickly, that two can play at that game! Tax season is coming up and there’s a lovely old lady who is quite graphic on her crush for him, so guess who I’m scheduling to file her taxes come January? Mwahahaha!!!

I have another colleague, who I think has sort of taken me under his wing, and threatens to take physical action to defend my honor, but it really hasn’t come to that, plus I think he’s going to be going into section 8 housing soon, so I won’t be running into him everyday, then, I’ll just have to avoid him at Wal-Mart! <—– I run into everyone at Wal-Mart.


I am watching The Emmy’s as I write this, and all I have to say is Benedict Cumberbatch better win an Emmy for his role as Patrick Melrose. Have you seen it? If not, I will warn you, it’s a hard watch, but I definitely think it’s worth it! He’s absolutely phenomenal! It also sheds some light on some very touchy subjects, but personally, I think that’s important. The world is not all sunshine and rainbows, and I think it’s important that we understand the very serious issues that people face, and I think if we can understand that, we can better empathize and realize why some people the way they are.


I’ve been struggling a little bit with writers block. I have all of these ideas running through my mind, but when I go to write them down, I just can’t seem to get the words to flow. What do you guys do to cure writers block and get your creative juices flowing?

In the mean time I’ll keep writing down all of my ideas, and answering deep questions as I continue to discover who I really am! Join me, won’t you?

Self Discovery question 3:

Do you have a hunch how you will die?

  • Yes, it will either be doing something really heroic, like stepping in front of a bullet meant for someone else, or something incredibly stupid like choking myself with the string of my hoodie, yes there’s a story behind this one. Lol! I’m very clumsy, honestly I’m surprised I haven’t had more trips to the hospital, but I have a slew of scars, each one holds a story, some are quite comical, just ask my friend, Amanda, she’ll probably tell you her favorite, “The mailbox incident.” Would you guys like to hear these stories? Maybe I should write about them.

What bout you? How do you think you will die?

Love & life lessons,



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16 Responses to Love And The Country #15 -Rose Terrace Update, Emmy’s, and Writers Block

  1. Interesting question to say the least. I’ve always hoped I would just one day go to sleep and be in Glory by morning.

    But if it anyway the day my day has gone I will be killed by a car of clowns leaving the circus.

    If I can share my couch story you can share some of yours 🙂

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  2. I’m proud of you!! Girl power 😊

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  3. The Eclectic Contrarian says:

    I hope to live as long as the Lord will let me. I ask 1 thing about when I leave… I pray my sins are forgiven and I’m in the Lord’s will. How, when or where I depart doesn’t really concern me.

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  4. johncoyote says:

    I have sat with death near often. I believe when death is near. Living become more sweeter. We learn too late. Should of been more kinder and told the people we love. We love them. Also, should of danced more, sang more and enjoyed life. Less work and more fun.

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    • kristianw84 says:

      I couldn’t agree more. I’ve been learning to tell people that I love them, cherish their friendship. I’ve been more outspoken on here, letting writers know I see and appreciate the courage it takes to bare their souls, and when something is well written, I let them know how much I like it! I dance every day, at this point I think I dance more than I walk. Lol! You’re so right, life is short, and we need to make the most of it while we’re living!

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