Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Death and friendship

There are some people that come into your world and you will never be the same again. I'm not one to hold back my feelings. I'll be honest and say, this week has been an emotional rollercoaster. On Monday night I found out that someone very dear to me passed away. I don't know about you but grief is exhausting.

As I lay on my round velvet bed, thinking of Mr. R I got a text from both of my gnomies. Their kind words comforted me during a hard time. My friends, there will be certain things that we go through in life that seem insurmountable but we can't ever forget one truth; we are not alone. In our darkest moments, those dearest to you will buoy you up.


William Kendall said...

I'm sorry for your loss, Russo.

And yes, it is exhausting. We lose people we love, and it's unfair.

Self Sagacity said...

Just stopping by to say hi Russo. And that what a time to have found you. Yes. It is true that in our darkest moments we need those true friends. Sorry about the bad news.

Anonymous said...

The cacophonous world never seems to slow down to a downy silence. I notice this most when I've recently lost someone. Everything just keeps going, except for those suffering the loss.

So sorry. ~Mary