left handed anxiety at 3am

Isn’t handwriting fascinating … I don’t know what’s more captivating. Words or the way they’re written? I’m a left paw and I never write the same way. I can write with my eyes shut too. (I’m a left-handed dyslexic with a very big imagination.) Right now … I’ve got dreadful insomnia. Cannot stop worrying. Then when I am tired and able to sleep it will inevitably be time to get up! The joy of trying to write a book in isolation. It’s getting to me … And now I will meditate to see if anyone else is conscious. Or maybe I will craft some geometrical piece of art. Either way, I am in the wide awake club … Oh Fuck! TBH©

17 thoughts on “left handed anxiety at 3am

    1. Gosh. What a relief to hear. Yes it is draining. I take on others peoples fears. I have been trained to detach myself but not doing very well at the moment. This is why we often become depleted. Or perhaps it is mere moon energy … 🙂

      1. I hear ya’. It’s hard to detach. Even my work revolves around helping people, and I have a hard time letting it go at the ends of my days. It’s a good thing to care, but its fatiguing at times, thats for sure. 😊

      1. No big rush. Whenever you are ready. I will email you by reply. I am still focused. Hard to write about ‘then’ when ‘now’ is unfolding. It’s like having two lives in one head. Thanks Lucy. So grateful. X

      2. As writers we find ourselves with more lives than we ever imagined, all happening in our little heads. It is a blessing and a curse. And it’s my pleasure x

      3. I do hope you will accept a holiday in Wales. You can lose yourself there. All you need to do is give me the dates you would like to go. Take a couple of weeks there a month! She’s yours to share 🙂

  1. I sympathise Tiffany. Sometimes my head just gets full of ‘stuff’ and I can’t switch off. There’s my trusty mp3 player and ‘Sounds of Nature’ get played often at 1am.
    Best wishes

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