somemother

part forum. part confession. part celebration.

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 12, on Truth October 13, 2013

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I no longer look, seek, imagine, or extrapolate.

I know my truth.

He knows Everything.

I believe He’s working little miracles to convey the Truth, to everyone in this awful mess.

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31 Words for 31 Days – Day 11, On Surprise October 12, 2013

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Even when the day is nearly done and it seems nothing eventful could yet happen, an unexpected, generous kindness can occur, rendering those invited under its giddy haze speechless and inspired.

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31 Words for 31 Days – Day 9, on Synergy October 10, 2013

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So tired from a well spent day.

Trying to stay alert for all there is yet to do.

I long for proportion of The List to my time, energy, and oportunity.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 8, on Iteration October 9, 2013

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My old friend reminded me of my old self.

I was taken aback. Sputtering that I AM different!

And I am.

Not because I have changed. But because I have grown.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 7, on Inevitability October 8, 2013

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Just one day later and I get an unexpected call from someone dear that she, too, has been diagnosed. 

She is so. tired.

And wishes they understood.

I think I do.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 6, On Scope October 6, 2013

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I think…

There won’t ever be a cure. Doubt.

Healing (for her) won’t ever happen. Reality.

But..  maybe “cure” and “healing” are too narrowly envisioned.

I trust a broader Mind. Hope.

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31 Words for 31 Days – Day 5, on Recovery

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Suddenly I remember how things used to be.

The slow unraveling/the explosive fury. The then normal. The anticipated. The expected.

Now…… The absent!

Recovery is forgetting I had to unlearn.