Always keeping record

I feel like my whole life I have kept a record. I have written my thoughts and my feelings and it’s a trip to read it all over again in sequential order.

I was so very sad and lonely. It is remarkable how sad and lonely I was. I just don’t know what could have been done. I needed to explore this side of me. There was so much already that had laden me down and I was so young. I was blocking so much pain. As I read not only the words of my poetry, but also my journal, I am still amazed that I could make it through such depths of despair. And it wasn’t even the worst yet, but it showed me how strong I could be.

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About sjwoods318

Mother of six children - five girls and one boy; wife; community organizer, family chauffeur, philosopher, trans-racial adoptee, Deadhead, person of mixed racial heritage, artist, poet, writer who loves to swim, read, and run around with my family.
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