Blah-ging. That’s how I’ve felt about blogging lately.
When you don’t see me writing you know by now that I’ve been in a bad place but today the sun seems a bit brighter, the grief a bit lighter and the world worth attending to…
Thanks for your patience. I’d love to hear your comments. Do you ever get to a ‘bad’ patch where everything seems too much? Or am I alone in this???
Below is a note from entertainer, Gerry Barratt, also known as The Native Elvis. He rocked the house in two segments at the Smithsonian last night.. Yes Gerry was invited to perform at the inaugural for President Obama!
“They continue to party on here in Washington DC. The crowd here went insane for my Elvis Tribute. They rushed the stage and went crazy, All the performers had great shows! No sign of O’bama but lot’s of VIPs, and madness!”
Gerry has a special place in our heart. He made a guest appearance at our house just a few days before Ron died. You can find them together in a photo on this page…
Brenda J Wood
I always prefer to believe the best of everybody – it saves so much trouble. ~Rudyard Kipling~
I’m just re-surfacing after a long bout of eye washing. You see,I’m editing ‘ The Pregnant Pause of Grief ‘ for the final time before it goes to print. I feel the emotions all over again as though it were yesterday. If it has the same effect on you as it has on me, Canada will be awash in waves come March.
Brenda J Wood
Am I the only one who hangs on to stuff, not for its value, but because of how it makes me feel? Ouch. What shall we do, what shall we do????
Am I the only one who hangs on to stuff, not for its value, but because of how it makes me feel?