This is a pretty sad day for a lot of people who have lost loved ones due to the tornadoes that ripped through the Midwest and southeastern US overnight. I’m located in Illinois myself. It’s difficult sometimes to know how to appropriately give thanks for your fortune in not being affected by a tragedy when so many others were affected whether due to losing their life or being the loved one of someone who lost their life. I always try to remember that every day each of us is potentially next to go or next to lose somebody we love. So I try not to dwell too much on the fact that life can be sad and tragic. Instead, I try to just accept that life is what life is. I think it’s important to keep on going and pursuing/practicing calm and acceptance. Because you don’t know when is going to be ‘your’ last moment.
I’ve not been blogging here much in recent years because life is what it is. And I seldom have anything that I sincerely want to share. But I thought I would try to start blogging again and see if I can get my life back on track.
I’m still doing music. You can find my music website at adelamonica.com. I’m anticipating a new single release in early 2022. My second album didn’t really do any better than my first. I’m still struggling to get my music heard, but it’s all good. It’s my passion. I love doing it. I love the music I make. I workout to my own music and I always have fun. And if that’s all that it will ever be, that will have to be enough.
In case anyone is curious, the dress I’m wearing is from Fashionova. I bought it for $14.99 back in October. The earrings are from a set of clip on earrings I purchased from Amazon. The wig is just a cheap straight middle part wig that I purchased at a local beauty supply store for way more money that it’s worth.
Hope everyone is doing great. And for those of you who are chasing dreams that depend on other people being interested in the works you create, I wish you great success. Because I know it’s hard when you put your work out there and everybody ignores you and ignores your work. You’ve got to be really tough and you have to love what you do and be willing to do it for yourself and be satisfied with that.