Wednesday, 21 January 2009

I'm a writer

What's the difference between me and Charles Dickens? Charles Dickens didn't go up and lick strangers. (As far as I know.) The point is we are both writers. He got more praise and recognition but I'm still a writer. For a quite a while, I have wanted to be a writer but things have held me back. I didn't think I was good enough. I didn't know what to write. It is really hard to get published. I am a dog. All of these things were obstacles in my mind only. 

Now I am a writer with readers. If I were a famous writer, the process of writing would be the same. Therefore, I can be happy that I am a 

writer and enjoy it, just as I would if I had published many books. So I would like to thank my readers and all those who have left comments. I am very grateful that I have the opportunity to write. 

If you want to do something, do it. There is always an opportunity, it just might not be in the form you have imagined.

These photos are called, "Under the Table 1" and "Under the Table 2."

Life is great when you are lying under a table.


Lee said...

Life is pretty good when you are lying practically anywhere (yes, I know there are exceptions, the middle of the main North-South runway, for instance.)

Juliet Colors said...

You are so right, Ruby. If you write, then you are a writer. It's as simple as that. :-)

Amber said...

I for any stray bits of food! ;)


Black Jack's Carol said...

Yup, you are a writer and we are the richer for it! Nothing like the perspective of a smart dog like you to keep things honest and where they're really at.

Ruby said...

Hi Ruby Isabella
You are a writer and I'm one of your biggest fans.
Love Ruby

Ruby Isabella said...

Lee- It depends on the wind direction.

Thanks everyone for your support.

Confessions of a Wandering Soul said...

I so agree with you.Life under the table is great isnt it.Whenever I went missing when I was a toddler,my mum would always find me under the table...sleeping beside my beloved doggie.Enjoy the table :)

Steph said...

I find I get my greatest ideas while under the table.