I realized how much I missed reading other bloggers. I missed being able to share posts that I thought other people might like. Lately the joy of life disappeared and left behind a dark cloud. That is not me. Even in tough situations I found a bit of something to smile about. The thought of not blogging broke my heart. How can you silence a single voice? How can you flicker out a flame? No I can hide and feel the emptiness push the air out of me. You got to be careful what you say. Have I done anything wrong, but take care of me? I realized this week that my heart needed that extra beat again. I got music added to my music library that gave me hope that things will change. Yes things seem dismal and I want to cover the blanket over my head. I look in the faces of people searching for a flicker of life. If I can’t see it the darkness says see it’s not there. I have to overcome this and not be swallowed by the dramatic pit.
I cried inside. That was me with my son at a younger age. Thank you Mer and happy anniversary!~Sara
On the 18th of February 2002, I took my 5-year-old daughter and a couple of garbage bags full of our stuff far away from my abusive ex. We left that fucking monster for good. We started over basically from scratch. Makes me that much stronger Makes me work a little bit harder It makes me […]
Shopping for music can be such great therapy. The thought of getting some really good music and then knowing that it will cause you such great joy every time you listen to it. I am always so grateful for my iPod. I get to listen to so many great songs when I need that extra pick me up. One of these days, I will get a chance to post all of my favorite songs. I wonder if other people get such great joy from the sound of such awesome music.
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- Written 8/31/07
It has been a long road I have been on. The road to a point where I feel comfortable with myself. Someday I will be able to talk more about it. Now I just use songs to illustrate my life. Without my friends and family this would have been a bumpy road. Several friends and I exchange music to help me get through this stage of my life. Here are a few that really speak to me I hope you will enjoy them