Enough said really.
One of my students lost her mum a few weeks ago. Another lost her aunt last week. My extended non blood family have found out that his dad has an aggressive brain tumour. Lots of anniversaries of passing coming up.
And today a friend lost her husband.
When we are young we tend to take longevity for granted. And that’s okay.
As we age, we learn not to take anything for granted.
To those of you that I know that read regularly, thank you. To those of you that I have never met and have passed by or regularly read, thank you.
Sharing always lifts the weight of worry.
I blog because I have survived a lot and if that can help anyone, well, that is me paying my blessed life forward. There have been many times that I have let myself fall, and I really haven’t been living my life or counting my blessings, but after the darkness, light has always come.
Our lifetimes, even at their longest, are short. Live fully. Take opportunities. Smile. Love. Believe.
Thank you for sharing my life, either in the real world, or in this one. I am grateful for each of you.
Love today to all of you.