Thursday, 5 February 2009

No News is Bad News

I've been out of Blogging action this week 'cos
I just don't know what to say...

It's hard to be enthusiastic when the odds seem stacked against you. I received some very glum news on Friday & it took a while to sink in as I happily blogged away all weekend! Well, now it's hit me & I'm unable to function as per normal. That, coupled with a huge amount of "stuff" I gotta do means my blog languishes in cyberspace, forlorn & neglected,lol!

I will be back...sometime...with some good news...or some bad news...either way, I will be back!

I found this on
Ali's blog today & it spoke to me:-

"What I realized is that there is not just one big moment of courage in our lives. There are many. These moments come to us in different ways. At times we are forced into a leap (unexpected pregnancy, when parents or partners pass away, when we lose our job, etc). At times we are called into a leap (when someone invites us for a trip of a lifetime, when our partner wants to move to a new city, when we are offered a chance, when we take the "money maker" role to support our family). Then there are also the daily tiny leaps we take for the sake of adventure (when we try new types of food, music, when we go out on a date, when we talk to a stranger, when we transition from blogger friends to real life friends). No matter how small, silly or hard, tiny, dramatic or forgotten... All leaps are important because little by little, we live through change, we figure out how to cope, we move forward, we learn who we are, and we build our confidence for the bigger leaps, the ones we seek for ourselves."

I have to embrace change. For the life I am obviously destined to lead, I see change coming into my equation a lot. So I will not be afraid of it. I will accept it & something good WILL come out of it.

It's just a question of WHEN???!!!


Mickey said...

Keep it up girl! If you need a chat, find me in the chatroom at Stampin' scrap or email me! That's what DT sisters are for.
Take care,

Jenny in Durbs said...

something good will come of it, believe it and just keep taking small steps till you realise you have walked to where you need to be. I know you must be strong to have started a new life in KZN, that took courage & you can face anything and come out on tops. Wishing you nothing but happiness and positivity.