Hi everyone! This has been a hellacious week (and it’s only Wednesday!), which is why I haven’t posted anything solid. I’ve got a sick little cat and a sick me. I am, however, working on a follow-up to the piece on Migraines that people really seemed to respond to. I have two other health related posts in the works and some other subject matter in progress as well.
Hope this finds everyone happy, healthy, and productive. =) I thank everyone who has been reading, liking, and following this blog.
“Prayer is not asking for what you think you want, but asking to be changed in ways you can’t imagine.” -Kathleen Norris
I’m fine with change, but God, you really need to work with me here!!
Mourn For A Second, But Be Prepared To Be Angry For A While!
This is the ultimate song about love, loyalty, & friendship.
I think I officially decided that a friend is no longer worth anything today, and after nearly 20 years of laughter, inside jokes, trips, memories, caring, sharing, and a bond of sisterhood, I find that extremely sad. I do not believe in sacrificing my friends (or my best friend) for a man, nor would I expect any man of mine to get rid of his friends for me. Friendship helps you remain grounded in life, and sometimes your friends are there for you when no one else in the world is. I’m way too angry to say more, because this person has hit a level of falseness that I want to out. Is that right or wrong? I don’t know, but until I do, I’m keeping my mouth shut and remembering exactly who my true friends are. Atleast I can look at myself in the mirror and know I’m a person with integrity.
Sometimes In Sharing Wisdom, You Find Yourself…
“We encounter the grinding wheels that sharpen our mental blades many places in life. Adversity, school, parents, spiritual guides, books, experience are all sharpening teachers. As we grow older, to stay sharp we must find new grindstones to whet and sharpen our potential and keep us at our brightest, most penetrating best.” -Robert Kall
Song Of The Day
This song applies to so many different aspects of life. Whether you like it or not is of no consequence. It’s always appropriate.