Storytelling

I can honestly say that my forties have served me with happiness and tremendous peace.   My journey has been a series of twists and turns along with several gaps that swallowed me whole.   I bounced back with the resolve of doing it different, but falling back into the same patterns of insanity.  Awareness has given me the insight of not repeating the same behavior, but I am human, so it is only natural to go back to a behavior that feels comfortable. 

Everyone has a story.  That is what makes us unique.  Mine sometimes resembles a Janet Evanovich novel with a lot of comic relief.  Other times, it is more like a Stephen King novel with a little darkness.   My story has lots of interesting characters that either linger for the duration or quickly disappear.    Nonetheless, I am invested in the story and looking forward to seeing what is next.

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