Lost At Sea

Dear Hearts,

I ask for your blessings and prayers today. I am finishing up A Guru in the Guest Room and it should be available for sale in the next two weeks. As a writer, this is the hardest part of the process. Writing, for me, is a joy, as I become an empty vessel for the words that pour through me. But waiting to get a proof copy in the mail raises my blood pressure. Why? Because that is the nuts and bolts part of writing. It’s like trying to put a toy train together on Christmas Eve. The stress is off the charts.

I got the proof copy yesterday but there are a few formatting issues. That means my editor has to fix them and upload the manuscript again and I have to go through the waiting process again. Once I approve it, it will be for sale immediately. But today I have to go to the grocery while waiting for the editor to get back to me. So nerve-racking I can’t even begin to tell you.

The spiritual path has its ups and downs. You would think I would have it figured out by now, but there are always new potholes waiting for us to “fall down, go boom!” Swami Z, as I have said before, is a seasoned veteran of the briny deeps, but I tend to get lost at sea. I think if I fell overboard, he would toss me a jumbo chocolate chip cookie….

Ahoy, mates. Send light.

Comments welcomed....