The most rewarding experience of continuing to write has been my Son’s response to my writing.
Today he said, “Thanks Mom for working so hard on my stories.” These stories are not just mine, but they are his stories too.He is the first one that hears them.
Gives me suggestions and adds to the plot.
Gets excited about creating a storyboard and helps me.
At night when he heads to bed, he sees me working at my desk…
He hears typing from the keyboard and the music coming out of the computer speaker, that helps me keep pace while typing the story into word.
He sees me write each story in a notebook.
Before he goes to bed, he finds the stories he wants me to read to him, on my desk.
To me this is the most rewarding experience… Reading my Son our stories.
These stories I created for him have got us through some tough and terrible times, it has allowed both of us to escape. For that, I am greatful.
As I update my blog and add to this webpage, I will be sharing all the reasons these stories have been so important to us, how they came to be and why.
We are living stories. Stories shape our lives and are one of the common threads that connect us all, besides our families and faith.