A Note From The Writer

Welcome to the archived blog posts (when I was a wee blogger, wet behind the ears and not aware of spell check and various other gramatical structures!) I have kept the writings unedited or reworked as I am in the process of doing a massive rewrite of my entire life, many posts I have yet to publish and this blog was merely writing practise for the massive job of sorting out my emotions whilst retelling the story as cuttingly real and dramatic as the real memory was.. some of the posts contained are raw, streaming emotion.. many posts although painful to write, had a tremendously cathartic effect - cheaper than therapy one would say. I welcome new and old readers to keep in touch via my author email (sensualexplorersatHotmaildotcom) if you have any questions or wish to share the feelings and emotions raised by my work.
I will announce the publish date and title whenever it happens and I have been clean now for three years. It is possible.
But it is never easy. It's a lifelong journey, I will always be an addict, but I must stay one step ahead of myself and protect all that can be ruined in the eternal struggle to be
at ease once again, comfortable in this skin.
Thank you for being a part of my story.

Saturday, September 04, 2004

Just got home from an engagement , very funny night of suburban comedy.
Here is a movie for you to watch. I love strongbad!
Check it out.
Very tired now will write tommorow.
Nights Bello & Bella's.


Anonymous said...

HG- You're telling my story. It's scary, yet reassuring, to know that someone else out there has been on the same highway to hell. Heroin sucks the life out of your soul. Glad to know you've cleaned up and moved on. Me too. I like being able to afford my $250 Seven jeans and C. Ronson tops. Well, not really *afford* but the money's there. :) Every girl needs a vice. Keep writing and I'll keep reading. Tell it like it is.

Biek said...

Hi it's me, Bello,

I just came around watching this little movie, very funny indeed. Nice site also, I didn't know that one. Rightclick, add to favorites ... ;-)

Do you truly celebrate engagements over there at the other side of the world? Overhere it's just told to the families and friends, but no biggie fuss about it. The real party doesn't come until the wedding is due.

When my sister and bro (I know, but when we say it bro sounds really cool, trust me :-) got married she threw a nice party and that was also the first time I really got involved with a wedding behind the screens. That was a very cool expirience btw, I met a truck load of people, some still know me too, and we had loads of fun preparing all kinds of nice gimicks in the theather where the party was held.

I only hope that her getting married was just this once, because it took the life out of me that one time. And I really like my bro in law so for that matter I don't want them to ever part either.

Greetings from a more or less sunny Holland,