Today I am grateful for all the things I over look, take for granted, grateful for the ground underneath me staying still and solid, for the sky above me remaining calm, that I am in good health and so is my cat, Velvet. Even though I have zoned out today, letting time skip in a … Continue reading Simply Grateful
When I heard about his death, I knew it wasn't a joke. Yet, like the song, it seemed like he "started a joke that sent the whole world crying..." Oh, Robin, sweet Mr. Williams, I wish that one smile of my own could have kept you alive. But no matter now that I'm not laughing, … Continue reading I’m Not Laughing, But I Will Smile for Robin
Fighting to save my cat has been like fighting to save my own life. As I struggle to improve my health, he has gotten sick, and I don't know why he is sick or how he got sick. It could be something small, easy to solve, or it could be an illness that is more … Continue reading My Fight to Save My Cat
How can anyone who claims to love me and wish me well break my heart? I'm not the kind of friend who rejects. I believe in the good in people, I do what I can to support my friends, forgive them their faults, believe in them when they don't even believe in their self, stand … Continue reading Mourning Friendship
I'm writing in the dark, or more like from out of the darkness, tonight in a lonely place, where I feel like everything I love is disappearing... For awhile I will forget about it, but the second a shadow falls, a flash of hope or memory caresses my cheek, and it begins again. It is … Continue reading Postcard #31: Looking for Heart’s Ease
Sometimes I feel like the softest egg in the basket... Yet somehow I manage to never quite break, I only seem to. My cracks glue back together whenever someone else's cruel remarks are overpowered whenever I remember the kindness and thoughtfulness of you. I have something to confess this week. No matter how bright I … Continue reading Postcard #23: Bad Egg?