When You Are Denied To Be You

When You Are Denied To Be You

Of late I have noticed that people are putting other people into categories, The yes, the okay and the you have to go.


Some have seen it more than others on T.V. because of the President race here in the USA, its called the rich, middle class and poor.

From where I stand I am middle class and I want you to know what it feels like to be in this category, I am NOT saying that anyone one group is better than the other. I cannot pretend to be rich and I am closer to poor.

The rich are the people who make a lot of money each year, some own large businesses or have stock in large companies. Usually they get a nice tax break or for some reason pay lower taxes than the middle class. I know many rich people and I adore them.

The middle class is the live payday to payday class. We work our fingers raw and we are hit with huge bills, higher taxes and use coupons to buy food to make it to the next month. We cant pay for some things because its to expensive and we make to much to get government help.

The poor people have it rough too, especially the elderly that live on a social security check and the disabled that live on that same amount. But the seniors have to pay for a lot of medication and part of their health insurance, where disabled people get free insurance and most medication is around $1.30 each ( I have family that is disabled) Most receive food stamps that helps out with food but its never enough to make it for a whole month. The poor/elderly do not have to pay income taxes.


Now when you are told you are not good enough to write, here or there.

I am a personal blogger, I can write! I have a couple books that will be published one day, if its Gods will. No I am not perfect, nor do I try to be.

I will say that I keep my best at home because I can and I will make money one day through a publishing company so I refuse to let it out on the blogging sites. I blog about my life and I enjoy it.

I also love to read others that Blog about their interest and life, there is something about bonding with people through blogs and personal struggles.

Learning new ways to do things free at home and new remedies.

Life blogging does not always have to be about ” how to do this or that” that gets boring fast. But of you make me cry with a story of your own life, you have won me as a reader forever!

For those who have been told you`re not good enough, YOU ARE!

Write on!

By Andria Perry

Photo By Andria Perry

12 thoughts on “When You Are Denied To Be You”

  1. Wow, very inspiring Andria. I will never stop writing. It’s part of my soul. It’s never been easy but I love to write and I do believe someday. I will get at least one book published.

  2. I love you sharing your life with us! I am the same kind of blogger, and I always feel “not good enough” in a lot of blogging groups. Pages full of “How To’s” and “Top 5 Bests”.

    I’d rather read about your canning and landlord duties than “10 ways to get the most from a Caribbean vacation” any day.

  3. wonderful post!
    I love reading your interesting post about daily household happenings, as I am a homemaker too.
    Yeah, maybe one day, you will become an author of your own book, best of luck

  4. 1. I suspect the ones who really have least are the ones who have too much integrity to take the handouts that the U.S. government really can’t afford to continue offering to able-bodied people. I see a lot of welfare cheats waddling around, fatter by many waist sizes than I’ve *ever* been. Today I’m walking around in a skirt that was too tight last summer, and it’s riding so low it’s hard to keep my shirttail in.

  5. 2. But I’m linking to this post because I agree that writers have to take a stand. Advertisers have a right to want articles that reflect actual research, not just blog posts. Writers have a right to allow advertisers to link to that kind of articles if they pay for them–one dollar per web site researched, minimum; more for books, and a full day’s wages for specialized research that involves or might involve travel. Advertisers who want to pay less should be grateful for a chance to pay commissions, as Amazon promises to do, on any links we personally approve and post in appropriate positions on our own personal blog sites.

  6. 3. That’s why, although Blogjob was wonderful while it lasted, I’m not seeing good things ahead for this site. Advertisers cannot keep on coasting on posts for which Blogjob has yet to pay me $80+. If Blogjob “suspended payments” while owing others more than $10, then they too need to consider moving their posts back to their own Amazon (or similar) affiliate blog. I don’t like this thought. I like @sheridan and have been hoping to resume posting and collecting money here, but advertisers have been enjoying a free ride on *all* of my posts since December, and I can’t afford to give them that. Nor would it be fair to other writers if I could.

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