Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Sigh

Done

Not without tears though

Oh well.....onwards I guess, and hopefully upwards

That's about it from this shattered wreck today......

I am okay

Really

Drained is all


10 comments:

jewell said...

sometimes the thinking about doing something can actually be worse than doing it...

glad you're ok xx

Lisa said...

ok...get some sleep x

Jen said...

big big hugs

The right thing isnt always the easiest, is it...

xoox

Natalie said...

Feel really sad, because I was there before it actually started, and I feel very connected to both of you, even though things have been sadly lacking for a good while now.
You did the right thing, you need and deserve more, we all know that.
Sending love to you, as ever.xx♥

Butler and Bagman said...

OMG! I read this and had to go back and catch up on blogs that I'd missed. What a lot you are going through! I'm glad you've got so many people who love you on blogspot. You need a vacation, someone to do something for you for a change! Sending love your way.

Audrey said...

Hugs to you!
xoxoxo

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Best wishes Michelle♥

Daria said...

I'm sorry it has to be so difficult.

Time will heal.

XOXO

Kathryn Magendie said...

Hey - sending you a hug....

(and as to your comment - you have never had Tootsie Roll Tootsie pop? If not, then I must send you some - if you want *smiling* - let me know, and re-send me your mailing address - I think I still have it, but just in case - that is, if you want me to send you tootsie roll tootsie pops *smiling*)

Another hug {{Michelle}}

Natalie said...

Today, the thing that has been going round and round my head is change.

Sometimes it is frightening to let go of something or someone.

Many times, it is obvious that a situation no longer serves us, and it is easy to move on.

But what of the times when we are terrified of the changes occurring around us?

Or the times when we were happy with the status quo, until some bast$%d comes along and wrecks it all on us?

It requires courage and trust, and a fair bit of faith in ourselves. Faith that we can handle whatever is being thrown at us.

It is not easy when we are scared.

It is not easy to stand in the eye of the storm, knowing that all will be well.

It has occurred to me recently, that if someone is no longer in my life, then that truly is for the best, no matter how it appears at the time.

Even a death of someone you treasured, can be liberating, can propel you forward in such a way, you had not fathomed before.

I am learning to stand back and be still, knowing that in the end, all will be well.

I have been reminding myself not to panic, but to just keep doing what I am doing, and eventually, I will notice the landscape has changed around me.

Blessed change.

Wishing you courage and faith and stillness with yours.