Waiting for Spring

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On this almost perfect afternoon
Can’t we stay in bed all day?
Just this one day
This golden Sunday with you

http://sman8jkt.sch.id/buga/1214 On this sunny Sunday it is, as the lyrics go, an almost perfect afternoon. With Molly Johnson’s “Messin’ Around” CD jazzing up my space, I’m thinking about how time ebbs and flows, seems to stop momentarily when our breath catches in our throat, and then we breathe again. When the work of care giving becomes dreary, the seconds, minutes and hours seem to move too slowly.
Here’s an excerpt from my memoir, Dear Tony…a Caregiver’s Journey:

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imgur social dating site Somehow the resilience of spirit keeps us plodding forward; we know in our hearts that this temporary assignment will have an end date. A new assignment begins then with different work. Everyone handles grief differently, and despite my urge to reach out to a new widow, I reserve my impulse and pledge to watch her grow into a new self.
My niece gave me a butterfly-shaped sun catcher for Christmas. The words etched on the pendant are inspiring and encouraging, even on this sunny Sunday when I’ve been ambushed by emotion.

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site rencontres 40 ans et plus The promise catches my breath in my throat. After all, we are part of nature’s ever-changing cycles, sprouting with renewal now and waiting for spring.

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