Advice from Stephen King

The scariest moment is always just before you start.

Stephen King

 

 

 

I love Stephen King. That man not only has been to hell and back but he wrote about it. He has had a variety of health issues and overcome them over the course of 40 years. So I will take his advice to heart. But as I re-read it, I realize it’s really an observation not advice but … he did take the first step and many more.

I can, too. I can and will get to my destination (destiny?) eventually but you can’t get anywhere if you don’t start. I mean “I” can’t get anywhere. I’ve now run out of excuses.

It’s Sunday and I even bought a new salad dressing for my Smoked Turkey Chef Salad – pineapple curry. Sounds spectacular doesn’t it. Who would have thought I would ever get excited about any salad that didn’t have potatoes or macaroni in it? I’m even growing my own sprouts at home. I even have a double weigh-in on Thursday and believe me, that’s even scarier than a Stephen King novel.

So, thanks for listening. Have a wonderful day, week, month. ;D Diane

 

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~ by 1fatgirlshrinking - Diane Kirby on February 3, 2013.

2 Responses to “Advice from Stephen King”

  1. rose madder is my fatriove in a disturbing sort of way. another good author is lemmony snicket who wrote the books ” a series of unfortunate events” 13 books in the set good for teens & up. i found these to be lighter reading when i needed a break from stephen king

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