MORNING THOUGHTS #3: unrecognizable

Yesterday was a day off from work and so, after completing my to-do list for the day – which I finished later than I had planned but better than I expected (because I expected not to complete it) – I enrolled Might Could Studios course on sketch booking. Like if I was one of those drawing maniac kids that had to stop daydreaming about being the new Keith Haring just to find a job. I never was. I was one of those Stephen King’s fan kids: uncool kids who want to be fan-adored secluded writers.

So… what am I doing now?

I stopped drinking tea. I exercise every single day. I almost never write. I take pics of the porridge I eat. I have a minimalistic custom-made bag/backpack. I bought a new pair of black, faux leather jeggings. And now I enrolled a sketching course. Where is me? The old me? Maybe, she’s finally going off my back, that whining, self-loathing, mummy’s girl, daddy-issued, fearful loser.

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