Monday, February 6, 2012

Hope


Hope is a funny thing.

Have you ever noticed how much easier it is to wake up and get motivated when you've got just a little hope in your life?

I've got a few things trending my way and this morning I burst out of bed to watch the sun come up from my balcony... only problem is the sun doesn't come up for another half an hour.  LOL, it's still black as night out and cars on the 101 {which I can see from my place} all have their headlights on.

My friends and family are happy & healthy, both my jobs are working out, I can pay my rent and I've got a {possible} new boy in my life who seems like the real deal.  Who could ask for more?

What I'm trying to say is, February is shaping up to be a fine month.  I've asked for a lot, I've worked for a lot, and everything is really coming together.

All of this {of course} is subject to change, but I'm going to enjoy it while its here!

15 comments:

  1. I went to your Weebly site and caught up on your life via your comic book. Even if its all just "mostly true" I'm invested.
    Take care,
    Steve

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  2. Nice to see your blog up. You're our favorite neighbor!

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    1. "New" favorite we should say. We're on Franklin too. According to your other site you work and live right down the Ave. from us!

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  3. I like your style!

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  4. Your place overlooks the 101?I hope you wear a gasmask:/

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    1. It's not that bad. It's really quite beautiful!

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  5. your blog deserves a blue lantern ring.

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    1. Blue ring = hope!

      I will pretend that I didn't have to look that one up:)

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  6. Dear Tera, Love your mostly true comic/story. You seem to live in a fun part of town with nice neighbors.I am from New York and I dont like it much here any more. Wish I were out there! tommym

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  7. I do live in a fun part of town: too fun sometimes!

    I'm sorry you don't like NY much anymore. I love California I don't ever want to live anywhere else.

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  8. You got a man? I'll prove him wrong.

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    1. I do, I think.

      "Prove him wrong?" I don't know what you mean {again.}

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