Sunday, June 27, 2010

Grief. It's what's for dinner

It has the power unlike any other emotion to completely shut you down. Hard and Fast.

It leaves you questioning the point in anything. Making it difficult to find the motivation to even get out of bed each morning.

5 comments:

Christina said...

Thinking of you, Jess.

Cindy said...

I am sorry :(
I am thinking of you during this very difficult time. I cannot even imagine....

Calmil2 said...

I know this feeling...once it finds it's way in it is always there, but it does go quiet for periods of time and those periods of time get longer. It sneaks back up on you when you don't expect it so you start to learn how to be ready. Mostly though it is eventually accompanied by a quiet companion of peace...I wish this for you...with time.
Hugs.

Kristin said...

I agree. It's a little hard to understand the point. To me, it just proves it's all about the relationships you develop and maintain over your lifetime. If each day you can smile and make someone else smile, does it even matter if there is really an overall point? Just be happy. Just love someone. Let them love you back. I don't think there could ever be regret in that...

hotflawedmama said...

I have no words, just letting you know I'm thinking of you and praying for you and your family. Sending hugs your way.