I had been having writer’s block. For those of you who are writers, you know that this is a serious issue. I had all these ideas in my head, yet couldn’t seem to put all the ideas together into one story. I even went to the store and purchased three journals. I was going back to the basics. It worked. The past few days, I have been writing in my journals (I keep one in the car, and one on both sides of the bed) and it motivated me to begin blogging again. Even if I have little or nothing to say, it is worth just sitting down and getting the thoughts out of my head and on to the paper. My issue is that I want my stories to be special, to inspire, motivate, and call others to action. I found that my being inactive was less than motivating and inspiring. When I write, I feel a special sense of purpose, of knowing I am doing exactly what I was meant to do. What I have learned is that the writer’s block was actually a block to my blessing. I was missing out on the thrill of finishing a story, the joy of having fulfilled a purpose, the hope that I have motivated and inspired. My plan is when I do get a tinge of writer’s block to simply write, whether it is a title, a short story or an idea for a future book and that will most definitely cure the block.