Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum.

- Graycie Harmon

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Anger Stage of Grief

Some of you may have noticed that, over the past week, I have been pretty down.

There was some personal rubbish that had really upset me. I am happy to say that as the anger stage of the grieving process begins to settle in, I'm doing much better. Back to my old self, in fact. Not that I'm perpetually angry, or anything.

This mood was in no way related to my writing... well, no more than usual. I mean, there are only so many rejections a writer can take. All besides the point.

The point is, I'm feeling much better now.

A very large part of why I am feeling better is a British show called Never Mind the Buzzcocks. You can find most of the episodes of this hilarious game show on Youtube. Don't get mad BBC. All the fans want the show released on DVD, and you know it! In any case, this show cracks me up. I fall over laughing watching it. So, because I enjoy it so much, I'll give you a little taste. Ready?

You're Welcome.


KuietKelticGirl said...

So glad to hear you are starting to feel better! I tend to expect the winter blahs, but it really sucks when those down swings of mood happen during the few months a year of great weather. This being Canada, we need all the good days we can get! LOL

S.M. Carrière said...

I know. I quite normally love autumn. It's my favourite time of the year.