Love to Write Part 1

Wow! It’s about six months since I last posted on The Rolling Twenties, and my twenties are still rolling on. The whole point of The Rolling Twenties was for myself, and you the reader to look at different topics, and also for me to give you an insight into my mind and life.

The main reason I started the blog was because I love to write, but something happened, the spark for writing went out. I know the reasons why, and I will share them with you. The first four months of this year were a real struggle. My heart took a turn for the worse, and other areas of my life were changing, and this included my feelings for Gareth. Gareth and I have split, and all I want to say, is I wish him the best of luck in his life. Going back to the heart it was impacting my life massively. I had to keep going, so I could look after Scarlett and run a house, whilst my heart was doing the Tango! Not the best feeling! Whilst all of this was going on I forgot to do one important thing in my life...   

                                                               ๐Ÿ’œ  LOVE ๐Ÿ’œ

I forgot to love myself  and I forgot one of my main loves and passion in life...WRITING.
As early as I can remember I have loved to write. I am a child of the 90’s so pen and paper were my main source of entertainment! No writing or drawing on an iPad. As a child I would copy writing from books, or pretend to write my own book.

I have a vivid memory of being aged seven, and my Year 2 teacher asking the class to keep a diary of their weekends. At first, I wrote about the usual things, such as spending time with family. After a few weeks, at aged seven, I decided I was bored, and instead, started to write about princesses and fairies. My imagination went off on a tangent. In the 90’s school teachers didn’t nurture imagination, and the teacher called my Mum in, and said I had an impressive imagination, but in my diary I can only write about what I did on a weekend! So, I decided at the age of seven to temporarily put my dreams of being the world’s youngest writer on hold!

Writing has got me through some very difficult times. All my thoughts and feelings I have poured into writing my diary, or blog or articles. The thing I love about writing is that writing never judges you. So how I have felt, or any thoughts I’ve had, I have poured on to a blank page, and the page has never judged me! You can go off on tangents, and explore different thought processes. You put a piece of yourself into writing, and that piece remains their forever.

I am so glad to be back writing on my blog, and I am glad the spark for writing is back.

I AM BACK GUYS! All I want to say is I have missed you all so much. Thank you so much for all the kind messages on Twitter and other social media, they have got me through some hard times. I want you to know this. I love you all. ❤

I will be posting a few times a month. Stay tuned for more about my passion for writing. Next time we are meeting someone very special in my life. His name is Chris and he is so supportive of my writing, and even better he is a writer as well. Hopefully, I can convince him to become a regular writer on my blog!
This guy is an amazing writer! 

For now guys remember to.... LOVELIVELAUGH.❤

Feel free to message me on social media! I love hearing from you all! Remember to leave comments on the blog as well!

So happy to be back. Love you all! 


I'm so happy to see you've got the spark to write again! You're such a strong person and I admire that you focused on loving yourself to come back to writing instead of being down on yourself for not being inspired.
Awww thank you Earthbound Stars! I have that spark, and I am not going anywhere. Thank you so much for saying that. I needed to heal before I came back. Missed you!

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