So, writing, is the same. I get lost in the world, but it's a world I created. I can make things happen exactly how I want them to. Literally, nothing is impossible. I love getting caught up in writing, feeling like I'm in the world I created, imagining new characters, plots, and settings. This is probably really nerdy, but I like to make Sim worlds of my books. I love making the characters' houses. Anora's house is the coolest. I don't even want to know how much time I spent in the Sim World making that one.
I daydream pretty much most of the time I'm not writing (or doing anything that involves cognitive abilities lol). I have ideas for two new books. One will be a series and will have werewolves in it and the other is stand alone novel about a ghost. I'll come up with both synopsis later...I hate those! It's really hard to make a book sound good in just a few sentences. I've been dreaming about my werewolf series idea for days. I wish I had the time to just write everything.
It won't be possible with school, I know. I'm too exhausted right now to put out anything good anyway, writing wise. It's funny...I can tell when I'm tired in my writing because I notice a lot more errors. And I do like school, don't get me wrong. I just like writing more ;) Nursing is a wonderful thing and I definitely do not think nurses get the appreciation they deserve. I like taking care of people and helping people. I like knowing medical stuff; I find it all super fascinating.
My ultimate dream job is to be an author (and make enough to ONLY have that job) and volunteer as a nurse at a free clinic. I want to give back; I've been lucky in my life and I want to do what I can to make other people have just as good of a life. I've worked hard for most of what I have, so it's not like things have been handed to me. But things have always worked out in the end. And I fully believe that they will continue to do so.