My hideout is in a corner in my living room where I enjoy my cozy recliner. After a long day at work and take care of my dad, I grab a cup of coffee and relax in my recliner. I love taking a nap, read, or use my computer.
On that corner and next to my couch is one of my bookshelves with my favorite books and a pile of wanting to read I keep accumulating. Also, a few pictures of my kids, grandkids, a family picture, my dad, and my mother last picture taken. Close to my recliner a small table with my computer, my kindle, and a lamp. On my recliner, I can’t forget my soft blanket, and a small pillow.
My hideout is also my granddaughters especially my oldest. She loves to sit there for hours reading her books or taking a nap. They will be coming in the summer and I’ll be losing my comfort corner.
I took an online class “Write your Life Story” and it shows you how to begin writing from the earliest memories of your life. When I begin to write from the 8-12 some of the memories became blurred. The loving and fun part, those are clear and sharp, however the one I called dark or nightmares those are blurred. I want to remember so I can write and talk about it, but it looks I’ve been hiding them in the deepest of my soul. Do I want to dig those memories? I would say yes, so I can move on. If I kept them hidden they look, it never existed, however I know it’s there. Those memories have been hiding for so long, not even my parents know. That’s the reason I get depressed easily.
“Forget what hurt you in the past. But Never forget what it taught you.”
In response of One-Liner Wednesday hosted by Linda G. Hill.
I don’t have to work today, its teachers’ conference. What should I do today? Maybe I should do some cleaning, straight the closet, and laundry. Seriously I must be delusional. I already spend the weekend cleaning the kitchen. Should I take this day to clean or relax? Hmm let’s see. I began my day with my cup of coffee and watching the news too much politics. Also, I’m rereading the book The Shack. What’s next for the rest of the day? Beside writing a paper for an online class “Advanced Fiction Writing” I’ll watch a few mystery movies on hallmark channel. Maybe between the class and the movies I can do some laundry. Seriously? I still have cleaning on my mind.
“Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations”.
In response on One-Liner Wednesday hosted by Linda G. Hill.