Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The truth?

Ms. Moon and others of you are relieved that I am not curled up in a ball somewhere. I'm not. But that doesn't mean I don't seriously consider it every morning when I open my eyes.

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  1. I think of you, curled up in your bed, unrolling to face another day. You know, people always say to me that they can't believe how "well" I deal with stuff, and I have to laugh. Who sees us in our fetal positions or slumped over in the shower, the tears mixing with the water?

    I see you, Angella.

    Sending love --

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    1. Dear and wonderful Elizabeth, yes, you know. Thank you. You made me cry.

      Love love love.

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  2. This room looks different. Nice and golden. As long as you can consider and still get up, that is ok. You will get past that.

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    1. Kristin, keep getting up, that is the mantra indeed. Thank you, friend. As for the room, I think I might play with it some more. Who knows?

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  3. Oh yes, I know this truth well. And I think that those of us who face that challenge each day are so much stronger for it. I find momentum helps - inertia takes me down too far.

    Hugs. We're here for you.

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    1. NOLA, i love your positive take. I will remind myself henceforth that it is making me stronger. NOLA darling said it was so! Thinking of you there in that storm. Be safe, dear friend.

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  4. Oh honey. I know. I really do.

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    1. Dear Mary, i know you do. Bless you.

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  5. Hugs from your bloggy friend. <3

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  6. I know, I know, I hope you are taking care of yourself whatever that means to you, I know.

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    1. Maggie May, i guess I'm trying to figure out what taking care o myself means. Will let you know if i discover the right answer.

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  7. It's a time of deep change, and it's understandable that part of you would resist. Hugs, Angella! :)

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    1. Steve, it is deep change, isn't it? I think part of the issue is I keep trying to deny how deep it is. Thank you. Hugs.

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  8. I've been lost in those links for the article you posted the link too. I wanted to say thank you. It's brave to get up in the morning and not stay curled in a ball. Braver still to admit how you really feel.
    Sending you hugs.

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    1. Mel, i am glad you are finding the links interesting reading. Thanks for being here, the way you are. Love.

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  9. And if you do need to stay in bed, that is OK too. xo

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  10. Angella -- I read your blog each time you post and rarely say anything but I too know and I too get it and I too am sending you a virtual hug and strength. I've learned truth in the saying: "this too shall pass." Sweet Jo

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  11. If you are in a ball and I am in a ball, can we still promise to talk to one another? It might be the only way for us to ever really "bounce" back...

    I love you, dear one, and I am here. Always, always here.

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