Photos, always...and coffee forever
That's nothing said and a lot said...i think a lot many of us have gone through it as well (Heaven knows why)....but primarily we are here, because we are meant to be here -- ultimately, one has to believe the Creator never does something questionable....Grand shot to go with, Lorraine :)i got a free day, the guests have gone to a friend's place, and work is yet to firm up...so could visit quite a few blogs; i'll be off and on, butfor the most part will try to be here :)love, dev
can i say, this post makes me want to hold you close and don't leave at all...really :)love, lots of love, dev
it is hard to let go, walk away, even when things are falling apart around us...i am glad you survived those moments.
Hugs to you, Lorraine. There are times when moving on is about self-preservation. And looking back and wondering "what if?" is inevitable, but it sounds like you made a difficult, but wise choice.
This made me sad for you!Hugs, my friend!Don't look back, just be happy for what you have today!You are strong and brave and have a beautiful soul!Not able to visit yesterday as have 2 sick babies!Had them both to the vet.*Sigh*
Hi Lorraine....this is a lovely photo with a sad thought....i don't know your history and i won't intrude....all that i can say is!!!!Da ra da ra da da!!!! "Look on the brighter of life:)Jimmy Durante.....1945:)Have a great day you deserve it:)....peter:)
Dev that is comforting, thanks my friend :)Me too Brian, I never thought I would :)and You are a kind and gentle soul, thank you TalonThat is beautiful angel, ahhh, not two sick babies, Iknow the feeling, Kimmi is constipated, but getting better, mikey and Sammi are throwing up, Mikey, hairballs and Sammi because she swallows plastic (I was so sure I had sammi-proof and thrown out all plastic...geesh prayers for your 2well isnt' that just the nicest thing to say, thanks Peter :)
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