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Bliss

on March 22, 2014

I was so overcome with a sensation of bliss this morning, as I stepped into my writing room, that my heart skipped madly as if it were Julie Andrews frolicking on various hills in The Sound of Music. The bliss has been so overwhelming that I have only been able to write one paragraph of my new short story because the bliss keeps interrupting my train of thought. So hopefully the bliss will be a little less unruly tomorrow and allow me to think more clearly about this short story and, yes, write it.

One of the main characters is named after my friend at the blog http://50-shades-of-gray-hair.com/
Rhonda gave me permission to borrow bits of her personality for the character in my short story. Julie will be the other main character but I’m only going to use bits of my personality too. In other words, the ‘Rhonda’ and the ‘Julie’ in the story are fictional creatures – ha!

This is going to be great fun as soon as I can turn the bliss down to a low hum.


43 responses to “Bliss

  1. FlaHam says:

    Julie, you don’t even think for a minute that I will believe that the fictional account of “Julie” and “Rhonda” is anything more than your blantant attempt to shadow the truth in make believe??? LOL LOL, Sweetie you will be found out. I am so tickled you have your writing room and the bliss that comes with it. Please take care, enjoy yourself, and only share the juicy parts. XOX Bill

    • jmgoyder says:

      Truly, Bill, I have never even met Rhonda and only know here via blogging. Be careful or I will cast a villain character named Bill ha!

      • Rhonda says:

        Oh boy…would like to know what Bill is thinking! Can’t wait to read your first Writing Room story…embrace the bliss, capture the bliss, live the bliss, as a matter of fact Jules….BLISS OFF! ha!

      • jmgoyder says:

        Bliss off yourself, Muse! I won’t post the story itself on this blog but will enjoy posting about its progress. Rhonda and Julie (in the story) have just arrived at destination of some sort and Julie has only just woken up (because Rhonda was driving). This is so fun! I will message you privately re the serious side of this. xx

      • Rhonda says:

        Sounds very exciting…(the process) and can just see the grin on your kisser (re) the room. It was such a great idea to claim your space…xo

  2. You have inspired me to turn my second bedroom into my writing room! I am going to do it this Spring….Yes I AM! Thank you Jules now go …enjoy…revel in your bliss and the words will come for many stories, no matter if fictional or based on real people ! hugs

  3. I am so happy that you are experiencing bliss, it is one of the many gifts that our world has to offer. 😀

  4. ksbeth says:

    happy, happy, happy )

  5. Sounds interesting… Diane

  6. If anyone deserves a little bliss, it’s you my dear!
    Enjoy Julie!
    Diana xo

  7. jatwood4 says:

    Such a nice distraction,q

  8. Judy says:

    I think it’s time to break out the chocolate! Or maybe an almond JOY!

  9. enjoy your bliss–I raise my glass to you

  10. Trisha says:

    How wonderful! I say just bask in the bliss of your new writing room for awhile. Enjoy!

  11. mimijk says:

    Can’t wait to read your first story!!

  12. Vicki (from Victoria A Photography) says:

    I can well imagine how you must feel, Julie.
    Such a treat it is to have a new space of your own, all fresh and crisp from the painter’s brush down to your new desk.
    Enjoy……

    Vicki
    x

  13. Wow, that’s so cool! Bliss on, Jules!

  14. Terry says:

    Oh how much fun you will have!!!! I am so proud of you!!!

  15. Oh how I would love to feel bliss, at the moment all I feel is pain day in and day out.

  16. I know this has nothing do to with your blog entry, but today I saw a wall full of comments to the current Australian Government that were all about serious issues, serious words and so forth. Then, I read one that simply said: “Dear Mr Abbott. Please stop wearing those budgie smugglers. It’s embarrassing” and it was signed “Jules.”
    I know it wasn’t you but I immediately thought of you. God bless you!

  17. susanpoozan says:

    So glad about the bliss, a wonderful sensation.

  18. lensgirl53 says:

    You sound so blissful….I know you will write a wonderful story.

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