About Me

My photo
Alison and I aka “Warren & B” have been friends for over 16 years. It was a friendship like no other. It was one filled with trust, respect and love. No matter what we had each other’s back and supported one another. In March of 2012 my best B passed away suddenly and my whole world changed. My best friend, my support system, my life was gone just like that. For those who know me, you know that writing is my passion. My ultimate dream is to be a publish Author. B was one of my biggest supporters; she was always pushing me to write that book, I never did. But I will now in honor of her. RIP Alison aka B…this is all for you girlfriend!

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Be Positive. Believe In Yourself.

Writing has been my passion every since I was young girl. I always had a huge imagination and one day I decided to put it down on paper. I've written many stories in my time, but have never had the guts to publish anything. I guess it's fear of being rejected, but that's the writing world. Sometimes you have to be rejected to be finally be accepted.

The last couple of months have been very difficult for me. I lost my best friend B and on of my biggest supporters when it came to my writing. She was the only one I had the guts to allow read my work and now she's not here. Never once in my life no matter what was going on rather good or bad did I ever lose my passion to write, but I did. I LOST MY PASSION TO WRITE!!! That took a lot for me to say, but I'm saying it. I lost my passion to write.

Last weekend I spent the afternoon with B's three goregous kids, her husband and mom. It was the first time I've been there since she died, it was hard because I was expecting her to come to do the door and say "What's up Warren, you finally made it down to our neck of the woods" and give me a hug like she always did, she never did. But the minute I walked through that door I felt her presents, she was all over that house and I it felt nice. I was able to look at some her things and I came accross a bracelet...can I tell you that my girl LOVED jewerly...there's a reason why she went by the name "Miss B.L.I.N.G " The bracelet read
Be Positive. Believe In Yourself. These words were words that B lived by she was the most positive person I've ever met and she believed in herself and others.

It was a sign. She was telling me "Be positive. Believe In Yourself Warren! You can do this!" It's funny, I could actually hear her saying that to me. That was the push I needed and I'm getting my writing groove back.

Thanks B for always looking out!