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Stormy is when the storms are unleashed within you. This section is sadness and heartbreak that accompanies lost love.Foggy is about losing your identity. The storm may have passed, but after heart break we often go through a process of redefining ourself.Sunny is a glimpse of joy and new love. It is the feeling of butterflies in your heart and sun on your skin. Climate is a reminder that all of the weather we encounter creates this beautiful experience that is life. It is a section of appreciation for both the rainy and sunny days.“ What is something you learned about yourself after writing these two books? But I wish Whitney the best and can’t see if she will develop her talent! The message is beautiful, of course, it’s about heartbreak and healing, but I feel like this wasn’t it.
i know i should have turned the light on, i know i should have taken their advice, but i don’t know what love is if it is not sacrifice.”To not be afraid to be vulnerable in any way that feels natural. Whether that’s in painting, writing, in any creative way that they express themselves. Other people need you and you never know when your story is going to impact other people. I really had no idea that this would and I thought I’d sell like 10 books. I didn’t know how important it was to share my story. So I would just encourage other people to share their stories and to be vulnerable.“ I grew up in rural Montana. So that’s where I call home, but I go to school in South Carolina right now.” When did you first start writing? We each begin with a simple note, but as life progresses, we’re led to the next note, and the next—all of which combine to form the melody of a song and a life. As life becomes more complicated and complex, we find that loss, grief, and heartache can muffle our music, making the world go silent.
it is hard to see the line between I care for you and I will put your needs before mine until my feet are blistered from racing to catch you every time you fall The only constant in life is change. Climate is a journey in embracing change both internally and externally. It guides you through all the weather you face. From heartbreak to the storms you create inside your brain, Climate reminds you to embrace the sun, storm, and rain. Most importantly, it emphasizes the beauty, value, and consistency of change. Details e-book ClimateI guess this wasn’t just my cup of tea. I wish there was mention that it’s not only poetry BUT ALSO quotes / poetry prose, because one sentence is not poetry for me. I started writing poetry specifically around sixteen-years-old. I read a book by Rupi Kaur and that gave me the perspective that poetry could be anything I wanted it to be. It gave me a lot of freedom to put my thoughts on paper. That was something that was inspiring for me, but I always loved to write.” Is poetry the literary genre that you have always wanted to take part in when writing? And this book, as much as I wanted to like it, I really couldn't. It was just boring and disappointing. I feel that it's just the second version of "Home", which I also read, but that one I wouldn't even call poetry - it was more like a diary and love advices, than poems.