Saturday, May 12, 2007

Mothers Day

I have no words for what is swimming in my head. I have no words for what is in my heart.

My coping mechanisms have taken over and hopefully they will get me through.

I am sliding into my shell and riding out the storm.

I want to come here and be hopeful and excited but it all seems so fake. So I just don't.

I will continue to post quotes that help me. Books that I enjoy and recipes that are getting us through but probably not much more right now. It is all to depressing.

My husband and one of my closest friends will celebrate their first Mother's Day without their mothers. Another close friend will celebrate without the person that helped make her a mother. And yet another enjoys everyday she gets to BE a mother knowing cancer could take it all away.

Life is happening at a rapid pace for my circle of friends. We know we can't stop it or even slow is down but we are trying to hang on to each other through the journey. We know there is another side but right now we are just surviving the storm.

There are bright spots. I do smile often. I laugh as much as possible. I always see the sun as a gift. I love and I live. But it is shadowed at the moment with a big gray cloud.

"First do what is necessary, then do what is possible, and before long you will find yourself doing the impossible."

Frances of Assisi



Islandsparrow said...

Dear Lyn

I want you to know that I am praying for you and those whom you love. I'm sorry it's such a difficult time. May the Lord give you the gift of His peace in this dark valley.

Ann V.@HolyExperience said...

You are being prayed for right now.
And yes. One step in front of the other. By His grace.

With love,

Elise said...

Words are *highly* overrated.
The Spirit hears our groanings that cannot be uttered...

I'm praying, of course. But letting my heart speak the words - the groanings...