I had to pack to get ready to move, to another city, to the next chapter of my life. Though I had a special way to pack our wall clock, the drinking glasses and coffee mugs, the two cake domes, and the pictures (just to name a few things), there was one small thing I needed to pay even closer attention to: My flash drive.
|This contains eight years of hard work.|
After all, although I can replace any of the fragile items, I cannot come close to restoring eight years of hard work. Though I had backed up most of my books on Google Drive, I didn't want to lose this flash drive.
What did I do? I put it in my wallet; it has a pocket in there that has a zipper. How can you tell you're a writer? When you need to find a wallet that has a secure place to put an external hard drive.
This burden, the anxiety of working hard to keep this flash drive during a move, has now been lifted. I'm now a stronger person, better able to focus on details, and most of all, a more passionate and dedicated writer. I can't wait to see what even better things I will write.