Goodbye, 2019

I know I’ve been gone a while and that was because life took a really hard turn in the second half of the year.

I lost a few family members. Most importantly, in September, my mom had a stroke. Shortly after, she passed away.

She was barely in her 60s and we had no warning at all. It’s been hard, especially since I lost my dog shortly after to a brain tumour.

I’m just starting to come back onto social media, aside from Twitter. I know I promised a post on my novelette. I’ll try to do that next year.

And the year wasn’t all bad. I have a couple of sales to announce that happened at the end of the year, and I’m hoping to get back on the writing horse so I can keep publishing in 2020.

For now, I plan to ring out a difficult year doing some fun things with my best friend and sister, and I wish everyone else a great holiday season, and a happy and prosperous New Year.

Here’s hoping 2020 is a wonderful year for us all. We all deserve it after 2019.

Auld Lang Syne, guys. May the best of your yesterdays be the worst of your tomorrows.

2 thoughts on “Goodbye, 2019

  1. Oh, Rhonda, I’m so sorry. It makes sense that you’ve stayed quiet – it’s such a huge thing to process and it takes whatever time it takes to walk through it.

    I understand how you feel as I lost my 24-year-old grandson in May. He left a wife and baby daughter, as well as his mother (my daughter), who is devastated. We are all overwhelmed, anxious, and so damn sad.

    1. Oh my gosh, I’m so sorry to hear this. Yes, you certainly know what I’m going through. The anxiety is something no one ever warns you about. ::HUGS:: I hope you get the support I’ve been lucky enough to get from my family. It’s the only bright spot in all this.

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