Well you see I think I am probably one of the last of the generation who's parents put an all out,
"Thank You Mother Superior"
Before we could react Sr M BYK and another even older nun came and took the plants from our hands...
"You know. So and So's husband hasn't worked since May"
"Her son was called back for his third tour of duty.. and will not be home for Christmas"
"She has Cancer..."
All so depressing.. NO ONE is impervious.
It can happen to any one of us.. regardless of how stable we think we are ,no one should be so haughty as to think it couldn't happen to me..
While trying to put all this dreariness in perspective.. I will try to keep in mind, there are alot of good people out there.. helping as much as they can. I think it is often at times like these the the very best in people come out.
Knowing that I have such wonderful family and friends helps me stay positive. Their love and support wrap around me like a warm blanket.I always say...
"Nothing good lasts forever".... ( enjoy and cherish the good times)