1. Thanks for being the cheerleader. We all need that along with being told to just get over it and get on with it. I have to keep reminding myself to stop feeling sorry for myself and make something happen, anything. Even if it doesn’t seem like any great shakes, it’s better than being angry and depressed sitting in a corner with a bag of Cheetos and a sippy cup of Pinot. Okay, that was a little too much information. But, you know what I mean.

    • Rebeca

      That was a good one Jen… I could totally visualize it (not ashamed to admit that i’ve done that myself and woken up to cheeto stains in my fingers, face and hair).

    • “… sippy cup of Pinot.” this phrasing, I love. such a great visual, and I know immediately, in my gut, exactly what you are feeling. i’m an oreo girl, myself.

  2. Valerie

    Great advice! It’s so easy to get discouraged when you are worried about what everyone else is doing.



  3. Susan

    This is great advice for any creative endeavor. You gotta fight for your dreams and for your right to party. In that order.

  4. Hi Pamie,
    Thanks for taking the time to give advice to those of us whose time hasn’t yet come. That is very generous of you. You deserve your success because you are not only talented and hilarious, but you’re willing to share your experiences and life lessons. I mean this. It’s hard to tell when someone is being sarcastic in a post, but I’m not. I’m sincere. Or am I? Yes, yes, I am. Thanks again.

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