Tag Archive | depression

Fear, Sorrow and Celebration, the Future

March 13, 2017 – Fear We all fear something. For some people it’s the fear of never amounting to what they want to be, for others it is the fear of losing a job, a home, friends or a loved one. For many the fear is that of death. I remember that my older sister […]

Solutions, “But” Exercises and The Past

February 23, 2017 – Solutions Over the years, ever since my late 40’s, early 50’s, I realized I had to take my health concerns seriously. It used to be that I would take whatever the doctors gave me until one year, when I was on 28 pills a day, a new doctor ran tests and […]

Little Gestures and the Lifter of My Soul

January 30, 2017 – Little Gestures Do you want to know why I love living in a small rural town? It’s the people. When I lived in Cleveland, Ohio for so many years, it seemed like it was just full of rude people. If I had to stand in line to talk to someone about […]

New Year’s Resolutions, Looking Forward, and One More Year

January 1, 2017 – New Years Resolutions So it’s the first day of a new year. The old year with all of it’s blessings, all of its issues and all of it’s sorrows has passed and we now start anew. Many celebrations were had last night. Many people stayed up until midnight to cheerfully bring […]

Waking Up, Winter and Family

December 17, 2016 – Waking Up There are some mornings when I wake up that I just want to curl up and go back to sleep. I’m just so warm and cozy under the blankets, just so comfortable that I don’t want to move, but I swing my feet to the floor, stand up and […]

Confusion, Shelter from the Storm, and Tough Times

December 4, 2016 – Confusion We all get confused at times. Sometimes our day is so busy that we get twisted around and get confused about what we need to do next. I’ve learned to try to plan my days, trying not to do too much in one day, but there are times when there […]

Depression, Insanity, and Fatigue

December 1, 2016 – Depression I walk into the kitchen. I stand there for a few moments, wondering why I came in there. I glance at the sewing area and think “I really need to work on that pile of mending”. Then I turn and look at my plant table and think “they probably need […]