Today on March 17, 2015

Right now I am calm after finishing taking some stuff out of my closet. Now my closet is clean. These days were calmer. I now take on walking everyday with my Dad following the late hours to lift weights and doing much abdominals. I also help my Dad with his architecture work. I don’t eat much anymore like I used to. The things I am only interested at is reading, and watching sports. The novel Path of the Assassin, I am almost finished with it. My time isn’t very open, and have still classes to attend to in online writing courses. After I am done with my three years left in online writing school I will decide to study again my class materials after I graduate from them. I feel like I can grasp much information from true crime and history. My research has gotten better. I have better communication skills when I took a research online class before. When I stop typing it gives me time to think about things I need to do. I read biography novels like Michael Jackson, Amanda Knox, and about silicon innovators like Steve Jobs. For me Michael Jackson is interesting, because he’s been through a lot. And so has Charlie Chaplin. I saw Chaplin’s autobiography movie in the 90’s and now know that his life was a troubled one. There would be no great comedy, if Charlie Chaplin didn’t have existed. He is a true comic Icon in the world of comedy. The world is full of Icons, which is great to hear. We can follow in their footsteps to reach at that point. I follow in the professional writers’ footsteps like Stephen King.

One thought on “Today on March 17, 2015

  1. You could certainly watch your enthusiasm in the work you write.
    The world hopes for a lot more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to state how they believe.

    Always go after your heart.

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