and the world spins madly on

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It’s been a month and a half since I packed my bags, kissed my husband and my baby goodbye, and went back to work.  I’ve pretty much gotten my writing groove back although it still takes me a while to think of scenarios for my scripts.

But this aching in my heart is a different story.  It hasn’t diminished at all–not one bit.  Being away from my husband and my baby still gives me a strange hollow feeling.  Although I go through the motions of living life in the metro, I feel as if I am merely suspended in this reality.

As the song goes, “The whole world is moving and I’m standing still.”

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