I have four different manuscripts that I’ve been working on, and one that has been edited. It’s a children’s book named Silver and Spot Find a Home. As you can probably guess, it revolves around animal rescue, and it also takes place in the tourist town that I grew up in (Gig Harbor, WA). I submitted this children’s book to three publishers this morning through email and will mail to another later this week after I get some manilla envelopes.
I’m starting to feel a bit better about life and just things in general. It seems as though the worst part of my healing and adjusting to being DID hopefully is over. By now, I’ve broken through a lot of the programming, suggestion, and mind control that I was subjected to and am starting to really make my own decisions and not be dictated by the programming of the past. It’s nice, but scary too. Breaking programming and learning to live independently is the hardest thing that I’ve ever done, however, I think it’s a good thing. The fact that I have my very own hobbies today, apart from my family’s influence, shows that I have come a long way.
Patrick and Lucy are doing pretty well, but Lucy continues to spit up. I need to schedule a checkup with the cardiologist for him and might talk to his regular vet then. I’m not sure. I know that this symptom is part of irritable bowel disease and that he might just have to live with it for now.
David’s not feeling well today and is home from work. I’m a little worried about him because he seems very depressed but I have confidence that he can pull through this. He’s strong, and a good person.
I myself have been fighting some sort of cold since Sunday but seem to be doing better. But Sunday I was so tired and felt so sick that my mood was all over the place. It wasn’t fun!
Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for reading! Feel free to comment below.