Follow-Up to “Enough Rope To Hang Myself”

I don’t know but does anyone find it interesting that as I was in the process of writing and posting “Enough Rope To Hang Myself” yesterday and stopped to go check the mail, I fell down the outside stairs of my apartment complex onto the concrete with my nose breaking the fall, bleeding till the cows come home, almost passing out, crawling back up the stairs, crashing on the carpet till the worst passed? 

Today I look like a prizefighter and have to miss teaching my writing class because I’m in a world of pain and can’t wear my glasses (which got scratched up) and am blind without them. (Yesterday I could still wear them on top of the bandages and finish the post b/c my nose was still numb from the fall!)

Hmm…  I mean, I don’t like to get carried away or anything, but could it be the evil minions of whom I wrote yesterday didn’t like my exposing their antics and decided to remind me of what they can do, before I get around to writing Part 2? 

Just saying…  Well, thanks for listening.  Be careful out there.  Praise God, it wasn’t worse!

Author: Valerie Serrano

Valerie Serrano has a master of fine arts degree in creative writing and a bachelor of arts in psychology. Valerie taught English and writing in New York for seven years (1996-2003), and has been teaching creative writing classes online through and in Santa Rosa, California, where she now resides, since 2012. Her small business is called Let's Write! from which she also offers editing, self-publishing help, and more (such as motivation to good but scared writers). Val loves every minute of it, especially when students have the gumption to take their writing from first (very) rough draft to (self) published. Valerie has self-published her own novel called The Archangel of Hamilton Beach and a children’s picture book, Horses Talk Funny, both available on Amazon and via her blog. Val loves to say: So, Let's Write!

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