I literally spent morning, noon, and night in front of my computer writing furiously and editing. My computer desk looks like someone was living under it. There are half full coffee cups, makeup, and snack wrappers littering the top. I lived in front of it this entire week. I poured my heart and soul out in to black and white text, and allowed strangers to pick up a piece of me to read.
I took some funny occurrences and an odd turn of events and I spun it into a beautiful love story.
I worked my ass off. I am forever, a story teller. Looking at the simple everyday things that happen to us, and seeing incredible stories being made. Stories that unless someone like me tells, they would be lost. Forgotten. That would be tragic.
I’ve never wrote so fast in my entire life. Once I sat down last weekend, I couldn’t stop. And it all started with a hand-written letter that I had sat down to write. The inspiration hit me like a freight train. Once the pieces fell in to place, I probably could have wrote it blind-folded. I would have been able to type it out, because it was tucked away inside my heart.
And the truth, shall remain there. I hope you enjoy “The Wooden Girl From Nevada”. And I hope if you’ve found my blog because you are in a long distance relationship or have an incredible story to tell about the love of your life, and just want to connect…please do so. Never forget to continue telling your story, if you stop, then someone might stop believing in the miracles of love.
“Distance is not for the fearful, it is for the bold. It’s for those who are willing to spend a lot of time alone in exchange for a little time with the one they love. It’s for those knowing a good thing when they see it, even if they don’t see it nearly enough…” Unknown