How is Your Day Going?


I woke up crying this morning.  I wept for my child, my motherless grandsons, Izak, who has gone to a forever home, my blogger friend Julie @ http://jmgoyder.wordpress.com/ who is going through a dreadful time; Len @ http://myownheart.me/ who still counts the days since her precious Klysta died, Morgan’s Mom…Sandra @ http://thedrsays.org/ dying from congenital heart failure…  I did not want to get out of bed.

Well, I eventually did and found this wonderful email from my friend, Christelle.  It brought a smile to my face, and I decided that I MUST share it with all of you…  I hope it brings a smile to your face too…

 

Life isn’t about how to survive the storm,

but how to dance in the rain.

If you are having a bad day, remember it could be worse…..

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11 thoughts on “How is Your Day Going?

  1. You’re bringing back some powerful memories and they’re not pretty. I’m going to take a liberty here by adding a link to a book I read in the “dark time” after my son’s death. It helped to wallow in the guts of anothers grief, to read about the same horror I was feeling.
    http://headinmyhands.com/the-world-just-tilted/
    I can’t add a link to your page so you gotta cut and paste the address into your browser.

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  2. OK the link appeared after I posted my comment. You can edit my comment and get rid of the part about cutting and pasting. sorry for making a bit of a mess!

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  3. you have enough to bear! please don’t cry for me dear friend. i am content that my life has been a good one and maybe i will be around longer than we thought:) originally my expiration date was about the middle of june and i now feel it will be well past that. of course none of us ever really know do we?

    it saddens me that you are so deeply grieving. i know that it is “normal” but hate it for you. if only i could take some of this from you i would gladly!

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    1. You are such a special, precious person!!!! I pray that you will surprise and amaze the medical fraternity like Vic did. She always said that she was way past her “sell-by” date. Original prognosis was 12…she died aged 38! Stay strong and take care my dear friend!! Make memories, take photos and remember I care.

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