Otters and Silver Foxes

Today was my first day back at my full-time job, although I’m only working part-time at the moment. So I’m dead on my brain at the moment.

I submitted my shifter story to SMP. It’s pretty much the first thing I wrote since the accident, so I don’t know if it’s very good, and it’s not quite long enough, so they might not take it. But I’ll do something with it if they don’t want it.

I’m also currently ignoring my other shifter story in favor of writing a prompt from the Love Has No Boundaries anthology from the M/M Romance group on GoodReads. I have it started, but no idea where it’s going. Some friends keep tossing me pictures of sexy older men for inspiration 🙂

I’ve been really struggling with my depression the past week or so, as those who follow my Tumblr know. It makes it hard to work, write, or just breath some days. But then I have other moments where everything is fine and it feels so freeing it’s wonderful.

Also, a note about aloe plants: They are sturdy sons of guns! I had an aloe plant at work that didn’t get watered or tended to for 3 months and it’s fine. Green and happy as a clam. The one by the window got sunburnt, but it still was pretty well off (although I put it out of its misery). These things are Rambo tough. Inspiring, huh?

2 thoughts on “Otters and Silver Foxes

  1. Umph, I know what you mean about the depression. I just got my meds tweaked to hopefully deal with mine. I hadn't written since JANUARY and I whiffed a deadline for a submission call without a single word accomplished beyond an outline and notes.Good luck with the shifter story! I'm waiting to hear back on the Turning the Tables call at SMP — I got mine in WAY before the deadline, and I'm SUPER-proud of it, but they just extended the deadline and I am too antsy for words.

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