Ah, the story of us. Here a next installment of My Story – a new feature at The Possibility Place. It is personal, so reader beware. But if you’re not willing to lay down your own er, the word I’m looking for is, soul/ass/reputation/skin/future on the grill, how can you expect others to follow?
Thank you for your stories and your voice. They’ll stream weekly here and soon in our new mobile app.
My story is short, but sweet. I’ve had an extraordinary, painful, joyful life, and my story is just now truly unfolding. I once wrote a fictional essay (that is very much fiction but borrows greatly from the angst and emotion of what actually did happen in my life – remember I am a great weaver of tales). It involved waking up, finding the capacity to be the right kind of insane, and living into all that potential I was given. This is not an easy road. But you knew that. I have had many people to learn from who shared themselves with me over the years, their truth and pain, their regrets and insights. I have done my level best to absorb them all.
Here are two links below, the first you’ll find a great feature from a local site in my hometown that did a lovely profile on me as an artist writer in 2011, which I still kind of love. The second is my fictional award-winning story about becoming a sane girl. Again, the facts are not mine. Even if you ask; I’ll never tell.
I am me. I have not always been, but I am happy to have arrived. Even more so to have survived.
Founder of The Possibility Place
Thank you again for your stories and your voice. They’ll stream weekly here and soon in our new mobile app.
How To Become A Sane Girl: My Story In Fiction
This picture below is my brother and me. I include it because he makes me smile really hard. And that is the essence of a moment I love.
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