A lemonade

“A time to look over our week, recall blessings great and small and pick our five favorites to share”

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People face issues in different ways. This is how I tried to make a lemonade out of my recent lemons –

1. CJ’s psychologist. Communicating with her was cracking a bit of the iceberg. She’s good. It’s a relief to know what’s going on and to learn about this whole new world I am in.

2. Eagles concert. It was fantastic going down memory lane and getting back ten years younger.

3. Wilding golf. The place is state of the art, the finest in the city. It wasn’t so bad revisiting a perk of that once-married life.

4. Los Cabos. I fancied Mexican cuisine; missed eating beans and avocado.  It’s fun not to be disappointed. I went twice with friends.

5. Antiques. Browsing time is always a high for me. It takes my mind off troubles. I am coping.

It’s been a busy week sorting out things. I am finding it difficult to say much right now. However, I want to let my Friday’s Fave Five lady friends know I am very grateful for your positive responses and kind thoughts the past week, and for saying I am in your prayers.

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6 Responses to A lemonade

  1. Susanne says:

    I am so glad you have found simple, small ways to help you cope and be strong for your son. Being with friends eating a favorite food, a good concert and striving for communication with his psychologist is wonderful. And yes, I am saying a prayer for you and CJ. :v)

  2. So glad you are able to meet with a good psychologist for C.J. It can make such a positive difference. An Eagles concert??? I would have loved that. Also glad you had some browsing time. We all need down time to stay sane. Still praying for you…you WILL make it through these hard times.

  3. Karen says:

    I’m new to your blog and I agree, bloggers are so supportive in times of need. When I started my blog I had no idea I would meet so many wonderful people.

    An Eagles concert sounds wonderful! And antiquing is right up my alley. Glad you had such blessings in your week.

  4. Ellen says:

    Sounds like a tough time for you and I’m praying that you will have peace from God in the midst of your challenges. I’m glad you get some fun relief and good food in the midst of your week. Hang in there!

  5. Barbara H. says:

    I LOVE Mexican food! I am glad CJ has a good person working with him.

  6. Listening to the Eagles always makes me smile. so does Mexican food, and Antique shopping. The simple pleasures truly do help me through my hardest days. God bless you and your son.

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