It takes a lot of support to grow. I want to thank all my family and especially my partner for being there for me through the past year. But we are making it and growing more every day.
I’m not one to be lonely. but I guess our lovely friend, Karma, thinks I deserve this gift I was sent today. Just a reminder of what goes around, comes around. Yep, maybe Mom was right.
My turn to suffer the consequences of my actions. I hope I can do it-the elastic on my big girl panties is getting stretched out. There is just not enough peace…and that’s all I want. A little peace and a little love.
I wouldn’t treat others like I have been treated. To be ignored is the worst. And it’s happened. I have snubbed and ignored and ridiculed. And I am over it.
So, all of you judgmental people out there, take what you think is yours, and just enjoy the hell out of it. I’ll get mine. Because Karma works for me, too.
Driving to work this morning the shades of light began and an analogy came to mind.
Pain, disappointment, and mistrust cannot just disappear. They must leave in the tiniest increments like the tints of light as the morning breaks. Inch by inch.
I keep rushing to get out of the pain but it isn’t going to happen. It must heal layer by layer.
Let it be. I can endure.
I AM AMAZED AT THE NUMBER OF FAMILIES THAT DID NOT CELEBRATE EASTER IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM.
We exchanged baskets, fixed a traditional lamb dinner, and spent the day of rest together.
Why is this happening? I am very concerned at the lack of tradition, family, and faith in this country.
Please write and tell me what you think…
Our District Governor has passed on to her next life.
It was sudden.
It was brief.
It was not fair.
I made a comment to a friend that this shouldn’t have happened but maybe to someone else. He said, “Why should anyone have to have this happen to anyone?”
She was a light, a beacon.
She had a generous heart, a warm smile, a kind spirit.
It’s just not fair.