Hi. I’m feeling so anxious right now.

About my words.

That somehow I’m not “allowed” to blog.

That somehow my words will be misconstrued and blasted all over the news and I’ll be thrown into a cave. (Or, you know, something like that.)

This is me keeping my promise to blog everyday.

This is me trying to be transparent.

I am human.

And I probably had too much coffee today.

Things will be okay, Snap.

Things will be okay.

. . .

SnapDragon is a writer, artist, and John Steinbeck fan.

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17 comments on “Human.

  1. Meh. Do it anyway. I sometimes get it out and then keep it in the draft folder. Or you can write it in a Word doc or something…just to get it out of your brain (I use evernote). Trust me, it’s catharsis. You don’t have to publish it. 🙂

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  2. I know the feeling – it is truly a crippling sensation, and I don’t even have any advice or specific encouragement to offer (seeing as how the world really is quite mad right now) – but for what it’s worth, I think it’s incredible you posted. Keep at it, friend.

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  3. Push through, you got this. It’s good to listen to yourself when you need a break, but keeping that promise you made to yourself is ever so sweet!

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  4. if anyone knocks on your door, don’t answer it… 🙂
    and a great job keeping the streak going!

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  5. I don’t believe you’re paranoid. 😉

    There is a distinct lack of patience and tolerance for differing perspectives. I pray the world returns to practicing/learning the art of civil discourse. 🙏❤️

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  6. The hell with paranoia, Snap! Enjoy your gift of Self-Love … however delayed, interrupted or inconvenienced with Mind Fornication. Coffee is a Truth Serum best appreciated when over consumed. Hey, thought you should know that I snuggled up to a Pumpkin Spice Latte at ‘Buckys yesterday. I finally beat the aversion-cum-phobia of potable Orange-ness. It wasn’t half shit. See, there’s always hope in the absence of reality because Things Are Always Okay. 🙂

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  7. Be yourself and blog. People will agree or disagree but, either way, they can hear what you have to say. At the least it gives them a better idea/clarity of what they believe in.

    At least thats what I feel.
    Mind you I’ve the odd spot where I’ve been feeling through ideas which have subsequently changed in important ways ( I leave it up so people can see my ideas altering ) and I still look back and worry at how people seeing them will think of me.. It’s crazy. I don’t even know these people and still I worry???

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    • Thanks for the encouragement, friend. Anxiety is such a bizarrely cruel thing. Here’s to the both of us writing and embracing life’s human moments. 🕊

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