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Category: Life with C.M. Guido
The thereafter mistakes we don’t catch until it’s too late, and learning to be okay with that.
“I figure life is a gift, and I don’t intend on wasting it. You learn to take each day as it comes at you, to make every day count.”
–Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson in Titanic, 1997.
Happy Friday, all! We’re nearing the final edits of Secrets of the City of Gold. This is going to be a short one, today! So, just to update everyone: I’m double and triple checking the final version of the manuscript before sending it off to print. I’m nicking the redundencies, and just overall polishing it
What is your driving force? What pulls you to make the choices in your life?
Fear is a fugitive that is either going to make or break you. Fear is the Bad Shoulder Angel, tugging you away from doing what you’ve always wanted to do in favor of being safe.
Surefire paths aren’t always what they’re cracked up to be.
From Editing to Being Edited.
So, sadly, we’re in this unwholesome phase in our world where others want to see others fail. They think by sabotaging us, or keeping info from us, that they’ll get ahead—and sadly for them, that’s entirely untrue…
Rosita continued to stare with her half-lidded eyes, expecting an answer. “You know what I think? I think that El Dorado is what you make it to be.” I leaned in to brush my lips upon her tiny brow. “And you, my little love, are papa’s El Dorado.”
-Secrets of the City of Gold, Ch. 01