The Road

The Road

Hello Everyone!

As some of you know I graduated from school last October with my first B.A. Then a month later I started the MFA program. I am loving the classes right now and I am learning a lot. I am really glad I decided to pursue my Masters, I felt that I still needed to learn more when it came to the business of writing. I am also thinking of pursuing my PhD, but that is a couple of years in the future. I have also been thinking of getting a degree on English. There are so many possibilities, and I am carefully considering all my options. 

Who would have thought that I will be willingly going back to school to pursue a degree? I know when I was younger there was nothing worse for me than going to school.

Oh, how the turn tables!

One of the main reasons why I decided to go back to school was because I wanted to become a better writer. I spent a lot of years claiming to be a writer, but never felt like one. After being in school for the past four years I feel a lot better when I say that I am a writer. 

There are some days when I feel like I suck, and those are my low days. Yet when I receive feedback from my peers, I do feel like I am not that bad. I know we all have our moments, but I do hope that we all keep trying to pursue our dreams.

One of the questions I am always reading is: What are you doing today that is taking you closer to your dreams? I know this is a loaded question because life is life and sometimes we don’t have time to pursue our dreams. Yet I do believe that when we want to accomplish something we can make the time for it. Even if it’s just a few minutes a day, it’s ok. Nothing is too small when it comes to our dreams.

I wish you all a wonderful week and if you can make the time this week to do something that takes you closer to your dreams, the better!



 P.S. Please check out the picture in this post, it's an excerpt of my poetry book From the Garden to the Sea. 



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