I am currently in my office and could be working, yet I find myself thinking about my dream of writing.
Today I feel exhausted, been working hard and not taking care of myself. Mentally and physically I am on the whale side of bloated.
First time ever I am going to publicly say out loud that my husband has early on set Alzheimer's.
Every day I witness him struggle with what I take for granted. My heart breaks a little each day.
I want to reverse that and to say that my heart opens each day to do my best to support him and I on our new journey.
For all of us to take for granted our dreams, talents and joys - is an extravagance. There is so much to embrace. I wonder if I can learn from looking at the opposite of my sadness? So in my tiredness, instead of feeling it as failure, I will look forward to getting an early night tonight. My physical bloating will enjoy release by drinking lots of water and slowing down this week end. My anxious heart will be calmed when I hug my husband again tonight when I allow myself to leave early from work at 5pm today.
I ask you to find peace in your hearts and health - and to wish all those in difficulty some lightness in their boldness. With love - Jayne
Gary just asked me this week, why I haven't written a blog post for a while. So, here it is, the post I want to write. I judge myself ...
Here's a tough post to write. Last Sunday, Paul Stickney, a favorite actor and friend of many died following complications from surgery...
Seems there was a lot going on today, emotions, issues, blood pressures, technical problems. Even the mighty Facebook could not keep up. Th...
I heard today on the radio a question - what do people do on vacation that they rarely do at home? The answer was - order dessert in a re...