joy

Mar 7, 2008 | Life in Progress

spring is in full bloom this week here in california. it’s pretty unbelievable. love it.

i had several moments this evening of absolute overwhelm. john was napping and i woke him, ready with tears and words and explanation. he’s so good to me. many gentle hugs and kindnesses later, the overwhelm disappeared. i’m reminded that so often i harbor it all. without anyone here during the week, i just sort of keep it all tucked in my thoughts. i need to get better at asking for friendship in the very moment i need it. but still, i consider myself lucky to have him. all these years later, he still gets me.

Sending much love,

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  1. Julie H

    I just finished reading your wonderful article on affirmations in CPS and popped over here to see what you were up to. The psychologist/hypnotherapist I used a few years ago would have loved all you do and it was a fantastic reminder for me. Thank you.
    I was feeling a little down that I had let my self care slip when I read this post and realised it is ok to have a bad day or so. The timing is awesome. I am so very happy for you that you have John and so blessed that youshare your heart. Hugs

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  2. pERiWinKle

    how blessed and excited and happy to be able to have that one person who truly, after all the years, still get you…I have one of them myself…i just looovvvvveeee him.

    i love that you can wake him to tell him how you feel…that is soo sweet…and special..xx

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  3. Lina

    i was so moved by that article to make my own affirmations piece, thank you! (even though i already have a ‘you’ original one, lol…

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