Car of the day:
I like this...... And it's possibilities.... ;)
So for today:
We received a call this morning that a very old and good friend just passed away. She and her husband had been our friends from church and the past for many many years. He passed away a few years ago. I sorta envied his career. He had been a cameraman for a large TV station.
They were RV’ers also. We had hoped we could arrange to travel with them, but it never happened. We enjoyed talking about places we had visited.
Their travels were brought to a halt by the problems of a son. The son had moved ‘back home’ with them, they did not feel safe about their home, leaving him there.
The situation never improved, sadly they sold their motor home and settled to their fate, It is a shame that in the fall and winter of one’s life, when problems should only be doctor’s appts, that hearts are broken also.
It would be good if somehow in families that we could let others live their lives and we live ours, no matter the fate, . BUT, but as a general rule that is not possible. I think I have seen that, but until I have been inside someone’s head I will never know, if that is a possibility.
I read the question in a blog lately, “When do I quit worrying about my son or daughter?” I think the answer as a rule, is NEVER! …… Fair? Not really, but there you have it in real life, “Life isn’t always fair!”
We swing at the pitches that life throws, many times the ball is fouled or we strike out. Seldom do we hit a homerun, but when we do, we all enjoy it.
It is hard with life to say, as with a ball team, just wait until next year! We will WIN!
BUT we get up, and when asked by friends and strangers “How are you today?”
We smile and say, “Great and hope you are!”
Is that lie a sin? Nah, I don’t think so. No need to add to someone’s load. ;)
I am going to smile at life today, get up to the plate and expect a homerun!
PS: We always appreciate you taking the time to stop by for a visit. You are nice to take your time to stop by, YES we thank you.