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I can only speak for myself, but I am sure that many will confirm that we have waited, watched and worried.

I will miss the 'old person' and welcome the new. Please stop in again soon.

Jan in PA, USA

We have to be who we are at that particular time in our lives and move forward from there. I've been thinking about you lately for some reason, so I'm glad you posted. Courage.

So glad you are back no matter which woman you are these days. I've been worried about, and thinking of, you. You are correct--there is no time for nonsense.

When I read the title of this post, my face froze from the tentative smile that I always have on when I check your blog (even when there are no updates). I thought you were gone, as in not alive. I'm glad to read that you are still here, even if you are a different person.

Regardless of what you decide to do with the blog, please know that your words have touched people far away. I know I'm not the only one. We'll probably never meet. That's fine. I can't begin to understand what you went (and are going) through. I can only offer you my thoughts, my positive thoughts.

I hope you decide to come back to posting, but if that turns out not to be what you wish to do, I send you all my well wishes and hopes for improvement.

Take care,

Rosane, from Brazil, via New York.

Your friends here welcome you back in whatever capacity you care to share. My prayers and thoughts were with you during your great silence. May Spirit heal and revive.

I read your post title and my heart grew heavy....I assumed the worst.
I am glad you are still out there my friend, I will learn to become friends with the new you.
May your healing be one you can share.
Hugs,
Jo

I too have been thinking of you, wondering how you are. And whilst I read your account of how things are with you with sadness, I'm so glad to hear from you again.

For what it's worth, you may have (quite rightly) jettisoned the people who weren't right for you, but there are still people who care, who check in here to see how you are, whose lives you've touched ... I hope this is some small comfort to you, even though you'll never meet us.

Please, look after yourself. We miss you.

I am so glad you are still there.

Just found you again. I had given up hope that you would return. I'm so glad you are back in whatever way that may be.

Sounds to me like the woman who is here now is a woman who is protecting herself for her own survival: nothing wrong with that.

I wish you all power and eventual peace

I have checked in often and worried about you a lot. I am glad you are here, relatively safe and hope you will continue to post occasionally. Blessings on your continued healing.

I'm so glad you're alive!

I was misdiagnosed for 25 years. The anger I felt was palpable and huge but necessary for me to reach the peace I feel now. Well, the peace I feel MOST of the time. I found the path to be a labyrinth of sorts...

A gentle process called SoulCollage
(www.soulcollage.com) helped me heal. My other artwork, writing, and music helped as well. And Reiki. (Lots and lots of Reiki!)

Your posts have touched me and helped me heal, too, reminding me that all of us ache on our essentially solitary journeys. I hope that you will continue to write - your words are powerful and beautiful medicine.

Blessings to you as you journey toward healing.

Hello, this is just a wee message to let you know I'm thinking of you. And hoping you're ... well, managing. Take care.

As singer/songwriters Deena Metzger and Charlie Murphie said:

"There is only time to move slowly
There is no time not to love."

Much love.

Even though you're not here, I wanted you to know I haven't forgotten you. I think of your wonderfully poetic posts often. Even though I don't care for most poetry, I absolutely love the rhythm of your writing.

Hope you're well, wherever you are.

Rosane.

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