Three Things Thursday #14 – Belated Edition

Sure I am this day we are masters of our fate, that the task which has been set before us is not above our strength; that its pangs and toils are not beyond our endurance.  As long as we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will to win, victory will not be denied us.
— Winston Churchill

Sorry for the delayed post – I got home last night to discover that our internet is down.  We’re not sure why, and it still wasn’t working this morning, either, so we’ll have to look into it.

This past week has been tough for me, and while I’m feeling quite a bit better than I was, I’m still struggling a bit.  I’m not sure how much of what’s happening, if any, I’m going to share here, so I just ask for your patience.  It’s hard for me to write anything except what I’m feeling or thinking about in the moment, and since so much of what’s consumed me lately is this thing that’s causing me to struggle, and since I’m not sure how much of that I want to share here, posting is likely to be scarce for a bit.

That said, here’s what I was grateful for yesterday:

1. the ability to hang in there

2. asking for and receiving advice from someone you really trust, and having the courage to do your best to follow it, even when it’s hard

3. a second full day without tears, which leads you to think that, although it might take some time, it’s going to get better

How about you?

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2 thoughts on “Three Things Thursday #14 – Belated Edition

  1. I don’t know what’s going on in your life, but I hope it’s something that will resolve well for you.

    Yesterday, I was thankful for feeling good, for parents who let you eat dinner with them when you don’t feel like having cereal for dinner, and for sunshine.

  2. 1. That I have family and friends who support me in the hard times

    2. The leaves are finally beinginng to leaf out. Think I can say for certain that spring is finally in Michigan.

    3. Warm toasted cheese sandwiches which always make me feel really good. No matter what.

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