With the strong flow of political news from Washington, D.C. this month, I momentarily thought about spinning my progress like a politician. Instead, the following words popped into my mind: “The truth will set you free”.
During the first half of the month, I accomplished a variety of tasks but remained undisciplined as a writer. I began the chapter after the prologue, but never finished its rewrite.
A scheduled visit by my two daughters occurred during the second half of the month. My oldest arrived first and we caught up on the wonderful work she is doing at her non-profit, New Politics. My second daughter arrived with her husband and two adorable grandchildren: a two and a half-year old girl and a four-month old boy. With unmitigated joy, the five adults spent their time entertaining and caring for the two little ones which left my writing dormant.
Even with all this activity my story and future edits kept floating in my consciousness. Since the truth has set me free, I can now approach April with more persistence. Hopefully at the end of next month, I will have more to progress to report.