“I had the best day today,” I told my husband when he called me on his way home from work yesterday.
“Oh yea, what did you do?”
“I went to see Maryjane’s dance class and then had lunch with our girls. And I wrote most of the day.”
I am writing my memoir. I am my own worst critic. Aren’t you a little young to be writing your memoirs? What makes you so special that you should write a book about your life? They might be voices from my past that just keep following me around.
I am writing my memoir. I realize that most people have not experienced many of the things I have like working and learning from Native American elders and seeing miracles and healings and dozens of eagles circling my house. Most people don’t look at others and see tumors and broken hearts and see where the break in the bone is. I am a medical intuitive and am very psychic.
On the other hand, there are a fair amount of people like me that feel alone or do not understand their situations. There are folks who were not nurtured as children, or who are stuck in abusive relationships, or who are highly sensitive to everything and those that are clairvoyant, and those young people that are desperately trying to be “normal” and society has labeled them mentally ill or ADD. There are people that need to know they are important and special and need to know how to embrace, understand, and move forward with their great gifts.
There are a million reasons why I need to write my memoir. And I am. It is flowing out of my fingertips faster than I can write and I am fascinated by what is coming out. I feel like a bystander transcribing a medicine woman’s journals. We are going to talk about that? Oh yea, I remember when that happened. Oh, those were good times. Yes, talk about that, that was scary…amazing…beautiful…devastating…real.
I want to blog about planting potatoes and spring crops and spring herbal remedies and changes but I cannot. I am writing my memoir and it is fascinating and the Universe is quite insistent that it get done. I cannot wait to share it with you. Right now I need another cup of coffee and I will begin my new day’s work, writing.