Absence of Thought

My mind is a library of snippets of information gained from my short time spent in reality-6 years, and the overwhelming time I spent escaping reality-37 years.

The library opened its doors to the blog world a few months ago. The snippets were transformed into stories to share for whoever cared to read them.

Some are true stories about being a step father.

Some are true stories about my journey from being a drunk/addict/thief/criminal to the person I am today.

Some are lists of things I’ve done.

Some are nothing but fiction.

All came freely from my mind, through the tips of my fingers and onto to screen.

I have no regrets of anything I have published and hope to continue that trend.

I blog to rid my soul of demons.

I blog to chronicle memorable events.

I blog to free my mind of clutter.

I blog to create pictures with words.

I blog….

Lately, reality has become a little too real.

The library doors have closed……for remodeling……

Once I get used to the new version of reality that has been thrown my way, I hope to be able to get back writing regularly.



13 thoughts on “Absence of Thought

  1. Imogen says:

    I look forward to the library re-opening, remodelled and rejuvenated. Take the time you need to do what you need to do. We’ll all be here when you’re ready to come back.
    Thinking of you.

    • The demands of reality will never change, only continue to challenge. I am my worst enemy. I still fall into self and expect something different to happen. I have read somewhere that the is called insanity…..my sponsor has reminded me of that as we have continued our journey. Advice given…advice taken. Closing myself off from the solution that I continue to find with bloggers ,such as yourself, is detrimental to my sobriety. Selfishness and self centeredness is still the root of all my problems. Library should have never closed. Thank you for helping me to see that!

    • Time away has allowed me to see that isolation from writing is not the answer. It only amplifies self pity and doubt. Events happen that I have zero control over. I can’t let them keep control. Thank you for your continued support!

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