All the carefully built brick walls I have wrapped myself up in cracked today. One was a song I heard by Louis Armstrong that strongly made me realize that I really wish my husband had all the time in the world and that his passing had not been the turn of fate and that we cannot account for any of our tomorrows.
At least it was a sunny day and I could keep myself busy with my writing work. As they say, there is so much work and so little time but I am trying to keep up with everything.
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My thinking is that every thing happens with a certain purpose.
So sorry you feel this way. but nothing in life is permanent. Covid is reminding us once again about the fragility of life. Hugs to you.
Thank you, Dawn. You know I am perfectly calm during this time know the Lord will either see me through or reunite me with my soul mate sooner than thought.
Sometimes the things that set us off are there for a purpose. Perhaps, you need to remember now? Share, put things out here and we will be there to support you!!!
Thank you, Doc support always helps.
i agree – i often find myself trying to figure out ways to deal with the emotional impact of events. Right now, i am really struggling with the impact of unemployment on my kids. They are all struggling and it is hard as a parent.
Maybe this is the time Doc that they could sit down together and perhaps come up with a business idea they could begin online.
they have looked at several options. i think right now it is more the impact of the lockdown than the desire that holds them back.
There you go again -another video!!! (lol)
Grace if you really don’t care for music videos my kind suggestion is if you like read the content but ignore the video. That is the best I can do because I will keep posting videos. In fact today I have a very interesting one about my cat Sid, a palm tree, and a song by ABBA that goes perfect with the story.