BOOKWORM IS BACK!!! || LITERARY MONDAY.

Hello, people of the beautiful earth. How are you doing this lovely morning? Well as you know now it’s morning here in India. I have so much to say and do that I can’t even tell you. I will be doing a second post that will come out at 12 pm tomorrow informing you about my current state and why I have been so inactive this month. I know you guys must be angry, I have got a message from one of my friends who regularly views my blog that she is pissed off at me for ignoring my blog because of my personal sadness.

I am sorry. I really am. I miss my grandfather a lot these days especially since my college preparations have started. He had many dreams for my college but he isn’t here to fulfil them. He shouldn’t have left me alone. It hurts seeing him gone. I think it’s time to do a feeling out 2.0 post because without expressing you can never get out of pain. I have decided to do continuous blogging but please don’t mind if I am not myself. I can’t let others down because of my personal problems. So on that note, let’s start today’s post, shall we???

So that’s it for today, hope you liked it and I hope to see you soon but until then…

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9 thoughts on “BOOKWORM IS BACK!!! || LITERARY MONDAY.

  1. Glad to hear you are feeling a bit better to be able to blog again. Ollie has been very ill, so I have had a couple of days not blogging much too.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. I am glad to be back to blogging. What happened to ollie??? Is he okay??? I hope he is doing better today. This is the worst news ever. 😞😞💔

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      1. He has breathing problems from a chest infection. He is not very well, and has to have short walks, as well as lots of tablets twice a day. This is the worst he has been, so I am quite worried.
        Best wishes, Pete. xx

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        1. Omg!!! This is terrible. I feel so bad for him. Give him less protein as that fat surrounds the heart and makes it difficult to pump blood to the body and that may cause more weakness. Just give him more carbs.

          Sorry for advising you without your permission but couldn’t stop myself from helping poor ollie. 😞💔

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  2. Oh I’m sending you so much love! Grief is horrible. Attacks us in the strangest of ways. There’s no right or wrong way to cope so if you want to let it into your blogging then do. I feel my own blog is an extension of myself so if I’m going through anything it’s echoed in my posts. Much love 💜💖🧡❤️💙💛💚

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    1. Thank you so much, Emer. Grief is indeed horrible but in my case, it paralyzes my feeling to do work and talk to people. My grandfather’s death day is coming nearer and I can feel the paralysis take over me. I am so glad that I am not the only one who ends up sharing their feelings on their blog. My blog is like a mirror that reflects my image in it. I can’t write if I don’t feel happy because I don’t want to make others sad or anxious. We all have problems but I don’t want to put my problems on others. 😞.

      P.S. Thank you so much for understanding my situation. 💖✌😊.

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      1. I’ve been going through a rough time of it myself lately too and like you, thought ooof… I shouldn’t be so negative on my blog all the time (typically in my weekly Sunday life and reading wrap up post) but then I just thought no. Why should I have to only be one version of myself. It’s cathartic and helpful for me to write how I feel into my posts and it’s okay to share that sadness. I don’t know if you’ve ever heard the saying ‘a problem shared is a problem halved’. Because sharing how I feel makes me feel understood, but also that sharing isn’t burdening others because they aren’t living my exact life. So the sadness I project won’t actually affect them like it affects me. And therefore it isn’t a burden to add to their personal problems.
        But that’s just the way I have been feeling.
        It could be entirely different for you.
        Just as long as you know that it’s okay to write however you feel and you shouldn’t feel obliged to always have to be bright and happy for your friends, family, fellow bloggers etc. Life isn’t a smooth road. It has high points and very low ones. And it’s okay to talk about how you’re feeling during the low points.
        I’m sending you all my love and support for your grandfather’s death day. I’m not familiar with the term (whether it’s akin to a funeral or anniversary remembrance like we have here in Ireland) but I am sure it’s a deeply emotional occasion and my heart is with you. Much love Suzan 💙💚💛❤️

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        1. Thank you so much for these lovely words. I really feel insecure when I talk about my personal stuff but I can’t stop myself from writing about it. I will be having feelings out post very soon.

          Death day is like the day on which he died. It’s been 2 years now so it’s his death anniversary on 26th July. Thank you so much for understanding me, Emer. 💖✌😊

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