Thursday, December 17, 2009


I know, I know. Am I gone or just plain crazy? I like to think of myself as anything but "plain," so suffice it to say I'm this:

You know, I have my moments, but basically it's the reason I write, which keeps me from falling over the edge.

Here's to my return. By fingernails I cling to reality, for if I grasp it life just gets too messy.


Edie Ramer said...

Kath, I see you have your comments working. Remembering those moments helps keep up your confidence. We tend to dwell on the bad instead of the good. And that's not good. lol

Treasure those moments. I do!

Robin said...

Yay! Welcome back!

Natasha Fondren said...

I did notice that your quitting moments tend to come near the end of your semesters. :-)

It's a lot! To write, to go to school, and to live a life, too!

We'll be hear waiting when you quit next semester, too! ;-) We'll rejoice again when you come back. :-) We're your friends!

Kath Calarco said...

Edie, I almost deleted my "Consider Me Gone" post, but then I thought it'd act as a reminder that sometimes my life just sucks at times. :)

I'm going to write a New Year's Resolution post, and "Don't dwell on the bad stuff" is making the list.

Kath Calarco said...

Robin, back at ya! lol

Kath Calarco said...

LOL Natasha! I'm skipping next semester and calling it a sabbatical. One of my English Lit professors skipped this last semester so he could concentrate on his poetry, and I'll be damned, he managed to get one published somewhere. Any way, not that I'll be that successful by sabbaticalling, but at least I won't be dealing with school.

Kath Calarco said...

P.S. to Natasha: Thanks for being my friend! (Wasn't that a theme song for a tv show?)