I’ve written and rewritten paragraph after paragraph trying to figure out what’s going on right now.  And I’ve come to a conclusion: I have no words.  But I made it through another day.  That’s gotta be something, right?


No words

2 thoughts on “No words

  1. The more words that escape, the less words you have stuck in side. One day at a time is the best way to take things at times like this – and you are doing well with that!

    1. Yeah, I’m just trying to keep myself from thinking about how I’m going to make it through the day after this and the day after that and just concentrate on getting through the next hour, or even the next minute. The hardest thing is that I think a part of me is just constantly counting down until the day, eventually, when I’ll be “allowed” to do something. I know it won’t happen, but until I can come to terms with that part, then I’m going to keep ending up in this place. ((hugs)) Thank you for your wonderful words and support. xx

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