the incurable dreamer

my dreams are my disease, chasing them my only option

the twinkle of possibility

For those who don’t know, I have been pet sitting for almost a year and a half.  The point of this whole pet sitting gig was to save money for my wanderlust dream.  Okay, wait.  Did I say dream?  It’s not only a dream.  It, in fact, is vital to my soul and is the difference between life and death.  I don’t just dream it; I need it.

The problem with pet sitting, though, is that I frequently move from house to house, so I am continually packing my shit in and out of my car.  It’s exhausting.  Also, my introvert-self is increasingly becoming overwhelmed by all of the text messages, emails and phone calls, and all I want to do is creep into a cabbage patch and hide until everyone goes away or leaves me alone – behaviour so not conducive to this type of living.  And also slightly problematic because I don’t know anyone who grows that much cabbage.

Anyway, my skin has been rotting for almost two months with a rash so heartless and cruel; I swear one night, as the fires of hell were burning on my arms and legs, I heard it whisper, ‘keep scratching, my precious.’  I am on the precipice of the abyss and the only thing preventing me from falling is one tattered thread of sanity.  If it gives out, I may never be seen or heard from again.

My anxiety is approaching Defcon levels, my skin glows in the dark, and I am pretty sure my hair is falling out…I THINK I MIGHT BE A LITTLE BIT STRESSED OUT.

So, this pet sitting thing?  Well, it’s time to throw in the towel.  To this, I have no choice but surrender.

Despite the need for a conclusion to this particular chapter; it has also been one hell of a memorable adventure and a most unexpected gift, and for all of it, I am extremely grateful.  The girl who one night, 18 months ago, recklessly handed in her notice and moved out of her apartment with no plan, armed only with a dream to step towards Beyond, has grown, and thankfully because of this experience, she will never be the same.

Throughout this journey, all of these sweet little pets provided me warmth at night, made me feel safe and comforted me when I was overwhelmed and powerless to another onslaught of tears.  They have kept me company, lessened lonely, made me laugh, and once again feel the depth and beauty of unconditional love.  Henry, Duke, Beardsley, Buddy, Sam, and Harvey are just a few of the furry souls who willingly gave me their trust, companionship, and hearts.  As I move forward, I will carry them as reminders of what is possible if you just take a chance.

Absurdity came knocking countless times and proved that laughter is always the best medicine.  In fact, Larry the serial killer showed up at the door again just the other day, and without fail, I provided him best dates and times to come back and kill me.  I mean, clearly, I can’t be trusted, and it is no longer safe for me to be out in the middle of nowhere, ALONE.  Looming baldness isn’t the most pressing matter in my life, me not being a big dumb fucking idiot is.

Before I began pet sitting, I was a full-time participant in mundane, living life according to the ‘Adulting 101’ rulebook.  Clocking in and clocking out, writing on the side, hopeful that one day something would change.  But that fateful night all those months ago was the moment I realized that to make impossible possible; it required that I step outside of comfort and follow my heart, no matter the cost.

In the name of hair loss and itch, however; I am adjusting my sails and plotting a new course.  My body is making damn sure I get the memo; the current price is a little too high, and this story is not even close to being over.   

When I closed the door to that empty apartment in pursuit of my dreams, I was driven by hope, imagination, and my dreams.  But looking back now, I am not sure I actually believed it was possible.  I wanted it, no question, but, there were just so many things I had yet to learn.  I thought pet sitting was the answer, that it would take me where I so desperately long to go.

I was wrong.

My destiny sits at my fingertips.  My dream is to see my words printed on paper, in a store where people buy things called books.  WRITING is what is going to take me where I want to go, what is going to change my life and what is my goddamn responsibility because it is the ONE thing I love to do and might be a little good at.  It is my gift.  What I was born to do.  And if I can’t say those things out loud or don’t believe them, then what is even the point of trying?

I yearn to write outside of cafes on the cobbled streets of Europe, and on the shores of new horizon’s, and for my eyes to feast on the wonders before me so feverishly my soul never again feels hungry.  What these past months have taught me is that all the tools I need to get there, are inside of me.  Only I can take me to the places I want to go.  The road I must follow is paved with words, not fur.

When pet sitting wraps up in the middle of April, I don’t know where I am going to live.  I have no plan.  But that is how I want it.  Between now and then anything is possible, and I don’t want to take that opportunity away by signing a lease and sealing my fate.  I am rolling the dice and again taking a chance.

I am still that same girl, driven by hope, imagination, and my dreams.  But, as I go forth this time in pursuit of the things that will nourish my soul, I am armed with the wisdom needed to carry me forward and help me achieve what I have set out to do.

I understand that I owe no apologies for how I feel.  That to succeed, only words that serve me must be spoken inside and outside of my head.  That I needn’t use the words, I am not normal, to explain my reasons why.  There are things I need that others don’t, but that only makes me different.  Never do I need to justify who I am.  I am me, and for that, I am tremendously proud and thankful.  Most importantly, I understand that the only person who needs to believe in me…is me.

When I look up, I don’t just see a sky full of stars, but the twinkle of possibility and the map to my dreams.

As I navigate the months ahead and finish what I started, I am going to savor the cuddles and warmth and love and be thankful for all of the blessings in my life.  And on the days I find myself overcome with anxiety or sadness or itch, I am going to remember one thing.  To look up.

Because, in the darkness, there indeed is the most extraordinary light.


un-shaggable but hopeful


  1. You Amazing Lady! Writing is unquestionably your gift, Tanya. It is the gift that you possess, the one that lives in your bones and your breath. It is the gift you give, to everyone who reads your words. Since the day I first read your blog, I have known how immensely talented and special you are, but to hear that you are believing it and seeing it in yourself is an incredible thing to witness. I have so been looking forward to reading another post from you and this post, marking a turning point that is so vital and important, is absolutely brilliant. You are on a path of discovery and you traverse it with a love and fearlessness that are rare. You see things in the most extraordinary way, and unsurprisingly, you say it best, “Because, in the darkness, there indeed is the most extraordinary light.”

    • the incurable dreamer

      Whatever it is that you see in me, Susan, I am so blessed and thankful that you do. Your support and encouragement are so appreciated because it has kept me moving forward. Truthfully, sometimes I do just want to throw in the towel entirely and give up, but those moments are normal, I suppose, and I can’t beat myself up for them. When they happen, I usually end up binge-watching something on Netflix. Shouldn’t have watched Nashville the last time it happened though, ended up crying for two days straight. So not what I needed! Ha! But, I always find my way back, and I have once again. I know what I have to do, and I feel empowered. My future is waiting for me, and I have never been more driven to get there. Shit happens. Over and over again it happens, and my heart is heavy. But I get one shot. Only one. And my obligation to myself is to live my best possible life by doing the things that make me happy. So, THAT is what I intend to do! Thank you for everything and for believing in me the way you do. I really can’t thank you enough, but please know that it means the world! xo

      • You are so empowered right now Tanya; I can feel it from everything you wrote in your post and here. So much strength and resolve can come from facing the darkness and you are on a mighty path. I can’t wait to see how the year continues to unfold for you! xoxo

        • the incurable dreamer

          Thank you, Susan! I have a feeling it’s going to be a pretty awesome year! xo

  2. I’m so excited to see where you go from here!

  3. SO GLAD TO SEE YOU!!!!!!!! Great post! I had no idea about the pet sitting “gig” sounds cool as hell! Have you written about it before, somewhere that I missed?

    • the incurable dreamer

      THANK YOU!!! It has been a pretty cool gig, but all good things tend to come to an end. I have some great memories, though, and can sit back and laugh about a lot of things. I have written about it a few times. ‘just maybe larry isn’t a serial killer’ and ‘keith, i just wanted to snuggle’ are a couple of them. I have a very vivid imagination and am a HUGE fan of Keith Morrison (Dateline). Thanks for the comment, and welcoming me back! 🙂

  4. Wonderful post! Roll that dice Tanya and play the game because my dear lovely friend there are no second chances in life. When you have a dream and a passion as strong as the one you have (and I share as well) there’s only one way to go and that’s forward. Always forward, just as you’re doing. I wish you all the best in making them come true and they will. Enjoy those beautiful furry critters while you can, they’re a gift and a blessing. Just as you are. 🙂💕

    • the incurable dreamer

      You nailed it right on the head, Miriam. I know that there are no second chances, but reading if from you took my breath away. I have one shot. That’s it. And I am taking it; there simply is no other option. I feel excited because I know something big is going to happen this year – and I can’t wait to find out what it is! As always, beautiful, thank you for being you and the inspiration you are. You are a gift and a blessing in this world, and I feel lucky to have crossed paths with someone as extraordinary as you! Lots of love and big hugs, Miriam. 💕

      • Aww Tanya, you’ve made me cry with your beautiful reply. Truly I feel the same way as you. This year is going to be BIG yet sometimes I get so overwhelmed with thoughts, feelings and emotions that it takes my breath away. I’m so glad we’ve connected too, you’re a beautiful soul and an amazing writer and you will make it. Lots of love and hugs back 💕

        • the incurable dreamer

          You are unbelievably kind, and your heart feels so deeply, Miriam, of course, you get overwhelmed. But what makes you unique, is that you just get it. You can stand on the shore and look towards the horizon and see so much than just the setting sun; you see possibility and beauty, and you breathe it directly into your soul. I admire the hell out of you for it. One day, I sure hope I get the chance to stand beside you on one of those beaches so we can stand and breathe it all in together. With a glass of wine, of course! xo

  5. Tanya, it is wonderful to see you show up in my reader. And then I get to read such an amazing piece detailing the courageous move you are taking to fulfil your dream. I know you will find it. Your ability as a writer in not in question. I cannot wait to see where you go next.

    • the incurable dreamer

      Thank you so much, Wulf. It lights me up inside, knowing that you look forward to reading the things I write and it warms the hell out of my heart. I look forward to you being here as I begin this new chapter, fuck a couple of things up along the way, and then, you know, write about it!! This is going to be really fun! Thanks again, it truly does mean the world to me that you are here. I hope you know that.

      • I do know, and am grateful to be part of your tribe. Never forget to come to my den if you need a safe place to rest. Plenty of space and I’ll do my best to keep you safe while resting.

  6. The more difficult it is to reach your destination, the more beautiful the journey will be. Just see an opportunity in every difficulty and you’ll get there, I’m sure of it.

  7. I have no doubt whatsoever that you will achieve your dream, Tanya. Bring on the change ☺

    • the incurable dreamer

      Bring it on indeed. Shit’s about to get real. Thank you so much, Caroline. Seeing all that you have achieved is incredibly inspiring. You are one of my heroes!

  8. Nice and wonderful details,this post is awesome dear,thanks to writer,i really so happy for that..

  9. Kim

    Just the other day I thought that it had been a while since one of your posts had appeared and here you are! How fantastic it is that you have confirmed your belief that writing is your passion. Now that you’ve accepted that it is your passion and your focus, the way forward will reveal itself bit by bit without you having to know exactly what is going to happen next. You will be exactly where you are meant to be. I really feel that you’re going to do something great, even more great than what you share here, with your words. We, as readers of your blog, will be excitedly waiting for the next chapter of your life story and eager to join you on your journey (even though we may not like the word ‘journey’….😉). BTW, totally get your house sitting/pet sitting dilemma as my husband and I have been doing the same for the past year. All the best, Tanya!

    • the incurable dreamer

      Kim, you made me cry a little. Thank you for saying all of those things, they are words I will hold onto going forward. I have been through so much over these past few years, but it all has brought me to this place, so for everything I couldn’t be more thankful. Every ache, laugh, and tear has taught me what I need to know. There has been a shift, I can feel it inside of me. I have a destination, and I genuinely feel like I am finally heading that way. And never before have I been so determined to get there. So, I sure hope you stick around to see what happens because I love that you are here. Good for you guys for doing the pet sitting thing – excellent that you have each other to get you through it. PS…I also hate the word journey. This life is one crazy insane trip, end of story! All the best to you guys, Kim! BIG HUG. xo

  10. You’re going to achieve your dreams. I really look forward to buying your book(s) one day.

    • the incurable dreamer

      Thanks you!! You just gave me some needed motivation to get it done a little quicker! And thanks for the additional (s), made me smile real big!! xo

  11. You, my friend are neither “normal” nor “abnormal”…like you said, you are just you. Knowing who you are is one of the most powerful feelings but accepting who you are is immeasurable! So, with that mindset (even with the anxiety knocking at the door) you are unstoppable! And while I loved hearing about Larry the Serial Killer and your other pet sitting adventures, I know that the path that you are about to embark on will bring so much more of your passion to the surface. Like I told you before, I cannot wait to be able to say, “MY FRIEND WROTE THAT BOOK!” You keep exploring, keep taking risks and keep being true to yourself and I, along with your other readers, will be here to gobble up all of your beautiful prose. Much love and many blessings to you while you start your adventure!


    • the incurable dreamer

      Sarah!!! Thank you, beautiful. When I do write my book, I am going to sign a copy and hand-deliver it to you! You have been an enormous support to me and always raise me up when I need it the most. Thank you for that. It’s so weird, my anxiety hasn’t been this bad since I was 19-years-old when it came knocking in fucking Poland of all places; but despite it, I haven’t lost focus. If anything, it has motivated me not to sit idle, wishing. Though I love animals very much, and they make my heart so incredibly happy, pet sitting has stripped me of the freedom crucial to the well-being of my soul, so I look forward to all that I will achieve when I am no longer saddled with the responsibility. It’s time for a change. Stay tuned! Thanks for everything, Sarah. I adore you and love that we found each other in this great big sea of words! Lots of love to you. xoxo

  12. OMG you are so incredibly funny – “Larry the Serial Killer” – I so, so, so enjoy your writing. So well done, incredibly entertaining, and I feel like I’m right there when I read your narratives. I haven’t been commenting much as of late and that needs to change! Anyhoo…

    I also wanted to let you know I nominated you for The Mystery Blogger Award. (and no, it’s not for mystery writers 😉 )
    If you’d like, hop over to my blog, for all the info about the award. Have fun!

    Hugs, Marlies

    • the incurable dreamer

      MARLIES!!! It is so good to see you, er, hear you, umm, read you?! Ha! I am so sorry that I have been so terrible at reading blogs and have missed out on yours lately – I too enjoy you and have missed your videos and words. Thank you for being here. Man, it’s just so good to see your name pop up. And thank you for nominating me, I am going to pop over to your blog after work today and check it out and try to get caught up. It makes me so damn happy that you enjoy the things I write! You are the sweetest – thank you, darling!

      I hope that you are doing well and that you are not ass deep in snow over there. HUGEST HUG! xo

  13. Just wanted to give you a heads up, if you go to this site via wp reader, you are unable to comment (something is not working there), when I came to your side through a bm instead I was able to, going to look for larry now

  14. CarrieAnne

    Your honest words are a gift, Tanya. They’re so beautiful. Your desire to go beyond apologizing for who you are and Barr your soul is amazing and authentic and I know you will continue an incredible journey. Btw, the song “This is Me” from The Greatest Showman is on my repeat playlist of “attitude adjustment” songs when I need to recalibrate, so to speak. You might want to give that a listen. Xoxo.

    • the incurable dreamer

      ‘Marching out to the beat I drum’ – I LOVE THIS.

      CarrieAnne, this song is now in my playlist. What an empowering song. Everyone should have it on repeat!! Thank you so much for telling me about it. And thank you for your words, they touched me deeply, and I am so grateful for them. As my story unfolds, it’s words like yours that I will reflect on as reminders to keep me moving forward. Thank you, so much! Lots of love and a big hug to you! xo

  15. Di

    Hello dearest Tanya,
    I don’t quite know what to say that hasn’t already been said…
    You have received the most beautiful support from your followers here and it appears that the only person questioning your jumping into the abyss is you!
    We all know it’s vital to growth and following dreams…without it we stay stuck.
    So follow those dreams, don’t ask how or why. Just allow and keep your heart open. The universe knows your passion and that spark within you. It is helping you find where to light your fire…
    A brilliant and enjoyable read, my friend. I’m still looking forward to that signed copy of your book…
    But I do hope you can mend your health issues first. The stress of this huge decision was hard on your body. May it resolve itself now you know what you must do…
    I’m off to read your previous post now. It’s my Valentine’s treat to myself today…
    Much love and support from me.
    Oh and please make sure your sitting outside a cafe writing involves London 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙋🏻💕💕

    • the incurable dreamer

      As always, Di, you have brought a massive smile to my face and warmed my heart. Thank you for your words, they mean so much to me. You are right; there is no time to ask how or why – only time to reach and grab hold. I trust that the universe is guiding me, and I am so excited for what is to come because I know it is going to be something amazing. Time waits for no one, it only picks up speed, so I need to get moving. Not pet sitting anymore is going to do wonders for my body, and I am confident that soon I will be feeling much better. My body has been sending a message, and I have listened to every word. You better believe that London is on that list!! And you can also count on one day holding a signed copy of my book. What a great day that will be. I hope that you are loving each London moment and your heart is gobbling up all the wonders of the city. You are such a beautiful and kind soul, Di, and you deserve nothing less than extraordinary. You make the world a better place, and I am so grateful that you are a part of mine. Lots and lots of love and hugs. xo

      • Di

        Hello again dear friend,
        Thank you for your beautiful reply…and your very kind words when this is meant to be about you!
        Selfless,thinking of others and how to ease suffering through your amazing stories and experiences. They never fail to come full circle and inspire…
        And you bet…I’ll be looking for the day we meet in person and the time I hold your signed book…
        As to your question, I’m loving London. Thank you for asking, kind friend.
        Lots of love and some hugs in return from me 💐💝

        • the incurable dreamer

          It warms my heart that you are loving London, Di. My tentative plans are to be in London June 13, 14 and 15th. But on the 14th I am going to scoot off to France for the day I think. Will you be in Australia then?

          • Di

            Hello dear friend,
            That sounds awesome and at this stage we are planning on being back about then or just before…
            We will make it work. Now I know what your dates are, I can play with the them from our end. We need to book our flights back to Melbourne, so I’ll let you know.
            This will be so brilliant. I can’t wait.
            ‘See you soon’, dear Tanya 🦋💕

          • the incurable dreamer

            Excellent, Di! I also can’t wait. Enjoy your weekend! Hopefully, the sun is shining for you today!

  16. Tanya, I hate to be the one to come over here and give you unsolicited advice, but I literally cannot help myself lol. You live in a gorgeous and popular city. Buy a little Condo and when you are travelling about in the world, list it on AirBnB. That is how I spend my winters away! My airbnb pays for my mortgage, flights and alternative lodging! Really think about it, it will give you the stability that you want, but not enough to freak you out lol. Love you, try not to get murdered so that your adoring fans can continue to adore you!

    • the incurable dreamer

      Dude, I totally appreciate your unsolicited advice! To be honest, I have been looking into buying a condo the last couple of months, but you pretty much have to donate a fucking kidney in this town to be able to afford one – especially, as a single person. You, however, have inspired me to look into this with a little more effort. I want to be able to do what you do. I NEED TO BUY A CONDO! Like, TOMORROW. Okay wow, I am like totally inspired right now. Thank you! I love you, and I am also not dead. Hooray!

  17. Tanya, you are such a brave person, hair or not. I’m no way near brave enough to cut that security lifeline (yet?) but you keep charging ahead and make it work. Good luck in this new change of direction and I am so looking forward to reading all that will come from it.

    • the incurable dreamer

      HA! Thanks, Ari. For some reason, I can’t help but think that there is a change in the air coming for you. Dunno, it just seems that the little hamster in your head is pondering. That excites me and I am totally looking forward to what the future holds for you. And I look forward to you being here as this story plays out. Thanks for being here, Ari. You make me so ridiculously happy.

  18. Fantastic, Tanya! Never, never, ever do you have to apologize for who you are! We spend so much of our lives trying to live up to some preconceived notion of life — someone else’s programming — that we lose half ourselves before we even begin. If I can teach any one thing, it is embrace who you are, as soon as humanly possible in life, and then spend the rest of your life being THAT!

    And, if as soon as humanly possible is right the hell now, so be it!

    I will be following with anticipation as you become everything you ever dreamed to be. Wonderful, beautiful post … so good to see you up!!!

    • the incurable dreamer

      Thanks so much, Tom! You are totally right; I certainly do not need to apologize for being me, to anyone, ever. Some people seem to think that they know what is best for you. You know, who you are, how you should behave and the best way to spend your life, and it can be easy to let yourself get caught up in their ideas and lose sight of who you are and everything you ever wanted. I am never going a allow that to happen to me again. Not ever. This party is about to get started, and I am bringing six kegs with me to kick it off!! Thanks for being here and for all of your support, Tom. It truly means a whole lot!

  19. Well well, Tanya. Of course we have all seen this coming, and it’s about time you fessed up to the fact that you are a writer. The road to authorship isn’t an easy one, but there is a huge community of writers out here that is eager to lend a hand and the encouragement that we’ve all needed. We also had strong shoulders to cry on when the going gets tough.

    Writing is a bug that once it gets into your system it has to be scratched. Honestly, it’s an addiction, and there’s no cure for those who become junkies for words. I can’t wait to see what comes spilling out of your soul and imagination. It’s going to be wonderful reading.. <3 <3

    • the incurable dreamer

      You described it perfectly, Diana – it is a bug that you can never rid yourself of. Even when I am not putting words on paper, they are swirling in my head to the point of madness. Despite my love of words it has been so difficult to admit it out loud, for fear that people would say, ‘pfff, as if.’ Truth is, lots of people do that, and always will, but I still must stay true to my dreams, passions, and destiny. Dim the voices who tell me I can’t, right? I know that I can. You inspire me as a human and as a writer and help me keep believing in ‘possible.’ Your support and encouragement have been invaluable to me over this past year, and I honestly can’t thank you enough. Please know how very much I love that you are here and a part of my story. Enjoy your weekend!! BUG HUG! xo

      • There will always be people who want to step on your dreams, who roll their eyes and smirk. Take pride in your talent and love what you do. 🙂

  20. Beautiful post! You are so brave!!!

  21. This was a beautiful post! You are an amazing writer! I look forward to reading more of your posts!! I also wanted to thank you for visiting my site and liking my post I hope you will continue to enjoy my future posts!!! I hope you have a great weekend!!

    • the incurable dreamer

      Thank you so much, Alyssa, that means a whole lot. And I love your blog, so it is easy to comment. I have been terrible at keeping up with blogs and have missed out on so much good stuff, but I promise to be around much more!! Yours is one that always brightens my day! Hope you have a fabulous weekend as well!

  22. NOTE: The excitement this one elicits is in direct contrast to my delay in responding to it!!!

    You are officially, acutely aware that you’re on the edge of the next big leap (as is your body, clearly). What you are doing is terrifying and something most never have the courage to do. But, as you well know, it’s simply impossible to arrive at the place we dream of going if we keep following the same path that brought us to where we no longer want to be.
    That said, constantly moving around takes a toll and not having a course mapped out (even if in rough draft form) is unsettling, especially when the quest at hand will most likely be the life-changing kind.
    So, this is what I think is happening here. Magic, of course. You summoned it, and so now it’s doing its thing- stirring things up, tossing in a bit of ‘this’ and a bunch of ‘that’ until it comes up with the perfect concoction to produce something that will ensure the word ‘impossible’ is forever banished from your vocabulary.
    This is all very exciting stuff, no question. The downside, however, is, being Magic, her methods don’t appeal to logic, nor do they taste particularly good going down.
    So let’s just think of your present ailments as a physical metamorphosis of sorts. You are shedding the skin that no longer serves you…” to allow for further growth and remove parasites that may have attached to the old skin.” (just to make shit overly graphic and weird)

    So patience, dear one, and hold on tight…something magical is brewing.

    • the incurable dreamer

      Goddamn, that is somewhat graphic and gross and weird but is precisely the type of thing I have come to expect from you. Would be nice if it would shed a little faster, but hey, some never get so lucky. All in stride, right? There is a right side and a wrong side of possible, and I know I am all in, sitting right where I need to be. Don’t know what the fuck I am doing, or where I am going, but my only requirement is to listen to my heart and go where it guides me. So that’s what I intend to do. What I also now understand is that some things are meant only to be a moment in time, a memory, and a reminder of who you once were. With appreciation, I will look back and be grateful for all of it, because without it I wouldn’t be here and despite all of the uncertainty and chaos, it’s not such a bad place to be. I am holding on tight; there are bound to be bumps along the way. But as you said, it’s impossible to arrive at the place we dream of going if we keep following the same path that brought us to where we no longer want to be. Thank you, Brooke, for everything.

    • Kim

      Wow, Brooke! What an incredibly insightful and moving comment. I loved reading it.

  23. Okay, so I was a pet sitter ONCE and almost killed the dog… it somehow locked itself in the owners pantry and then tore the place up. It was horrible. NEVER AGAIN!!! –

    • the incurable dreamer

      HA! That’s terrible! Sorry, I shouldn’t laugh, but because everyone is still alive, I can. Never again, is right!!! Thanks for the link, I am going to go check out your blog. Thanks for the comment and for making me realize that things aren’t so bad right now! HAHAHA.

  24. I love your attitude. A piece of unasked for advice–in the months to come, talk to the Universe. Not in that pleading, desperate tone we all use when frightened. In a “Gee, I can’t wait to see what delightful thing you bring me next” tone. And just see what happens:).

    • the incurable dreamer

      DEAL. Love this unsolicited advice, so thank you very much! To be honest, it seems as though I on my way, that I am headed somewhere and am already in between here and there. The universe has something special in store for me; I can feel it coursing through my veins, and that is what is keeping me moving forward. It’s not easy being me, but I wouldn’t want to be anyone else because this is kinda fun! Thanks, beautiful, it makes me very happy that you are here! xo

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