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Weekend Wanders

I know the email for this assignment said to only write 1 to 2 sentences of why the piece we choose move us, but I felt it was important to share the whole story behind the piece that I selected.

I received a book called Words From a Wanderer by Alex(andra) Elle well over a year ago from part of this monthly subscription that I was apart of at the time.

When I first saw it I wasn’t the least bit interested in it and had planned on donating it to a local book store. Thing is – I could never bring myself to.

Finally, a few months ago, I took it with me to read while riding the Greyhound to visit a friend. And I fell hard for it!

So many pearls of wisdom and even a section at the end that allowed me a chance to write my own work – which I did 🙂

My favorite lines from the Dear Self sections is from ‘Don’t be Afraid’:

“You are not that broken or that battered. You’re not that bruised and your spirit isn’t shattered.”

It serves as a reminder that my life may not be perfect, my growing up may have been rough, I have been hurt and made to feel less than, but dammit – I am still here!

My spirit is still strong and I AM strong enough to share what it is that I what to sing and say with the world.

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Author:

K. McCoy wants to live in a world where indie vinyl record shops can be found in every city and sweets don’t come with so many calories. As an Independent Writer, she has just finished her first NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) Novel, which is now being edited for its 2018 release. When she is not baking or playing Cards against Humanity with her friends, you can find her writing down new ideas and concepts somewhere sunny or discovering new music on online. You can find out how to connect and create with her by visiting her on Facebook and Instagram under K. McCoy. And if you are intrigued by the musings of a music major dropout, be sure to stop by K. McCoy's alter ego page, Soprano Musings!

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