Emotional Rollercoaster

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Hey Fam,

I pray that you all are doing well! So this weekend was super emotional and extremely draining!

Friday I was proud and excited and for lack of a better phrase lol “turnt up” haha at the fact that my Dad graduated. Saturday was… difficult… because someone I care about was hurting.
I remember sitting in the funeral and seeing my friend’s daughter singing along with the choir. The song lyrics went something like, “If I don’t wake up early in the morning. It’s alright.” I sat there looking at her, wondering if she understood the words she was singing… Heartbreaking.
And Sunday was… pretty good. Church was great, fellowship afterwards was great… my voice is returning to normal… so no complaints. Right?

Although, I have been a little frustrated lately… for those of you who don’t know I’m in the process of finishing my poetry book! Everything is pretty much coming together and the cover art looks great! All that’s left is for me to finish writing it… And I’m not sure when it happened, but suddenly I began placing all this pressure on myself. Then I began worrying about how many pieces were going to be included and what if I don’t finish on time… just all over the place, but I think a lot of that came from me having my thoughts elsewhere.
There’s so much going on right now, and I feel like I always have 35 things to do. It has become difficult for me to focus. And you know what’s funny? I sometimes have to go back and read things I’ve previously blogged about to remind myself to calm down, take a deep breath, and realize that everything will work out the way it’s supposed to. So that right there is my reminder to myself and all of you.

It’s important to remember that the things we work for are on their way… we just have to stay focused and wait for them. I love you all and I leave you with this…

Romans 8:25 NLT

But if we look forward to something we don’t yet have, we must wait patiently and confidently.

Thanks again, God bless and One love.
-Quellz (komplex simplicity)

P.S. Hope, I’m praying for your speedy recovery. And Ms. C you and the fam are never too far from my mind. Heart you!


2 thoughts on “Emotional Rollercoaster

  1. I’m sorry you’re stressed. Or feel that way. But you just need to take a step back and breathe. Do some meditation. Have Raquel time. Your book is going to be awesome! Just like you. And I’m sure you will find great inspiration within the next month. You got this!!!!

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