Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Don't worry about things you can not change

The snow is gone and the sun has been shining a little brighter and a little longer now that the clocks have been set ahead and Spring is finally here! 

(I already got a concerned message from a friend wondering if my husband's and my health is ok. I better clarify that we are as healthy as ever, I could have worded this post better. What we have learned is about a loved one but affects the whole family.)

Its time I be honest with my readers, my husband and I learned some devastating news in January 2014 and I guess it's made us realize even more than before what is truly important in life. Cliche' I know, but it's true. So I have made a conscious decision to spend more time with my family who is close to us here in Ohio and just take time for myself. To do things that make me happy, instead of worrying all the time, time to live by my motto "Don't worry about the things you can't change." 

I feel that the posts I have written in 2015 have just been excuses as to why I haven't been creating and writing. And even though my responsibilities of caring for grandchildren is true, that I am caring for them more often, I still have time to do those things that I love. I just didn't want to, and that is NOT me. But my husband and I have had our blinders lifted in January, 2014, and it has stripped me from any motivation blog-wise and it has taken a lot for me to just write this post, to explain my absence. Because I value my blog friends and I don't want you to lose interest.

As you know, my husband and I have been traveling quite a bit, doing the things that we love to do. Living life. Because in January 2014 we learned that the most important thing in life is to live.

Be patient with me while I get back into the swing of things:)

To our daughter Jennifer......


  1. Replies
    1. Thanks Kim, for your comment, it's been a tough year for us:)


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