Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Hermit Days

Today, I would rather live in a cave--somewhere dark and troll-like.

There's nothing wrong with here in my comfy, cozy house. Actually, I can't say that a traceable thread of occurrences led to my current mind set. My affect is more than a reflection of the spring rain that is falling so heavily outside my window
I can't say that I am lonely or bored---maybe more one dimensional?
MS is the elephant in my life. Today, it feels like Dumbo is sitting on my head.I can't seem to escape its impact.

So, I am listening to my spirit and my body and just hitting 'pause.'

I have a radio station playing as I write this and this song just began to play..........

There will be a day with no more tears, no more pain, and no more fears. There will be a day when the burdens of this place, will be no more, we’ll see Jesus face to face. There will be a day, He’ll wipe away the stains, He’ll wipe away the tears, He’ll wipe away the tears…..there will be a day."

These words are from a favorite song, There will be a Day," by Jeremy Camp (
song -- lyrics)

On these glass half empty, if not running on empty, days---I must turn my thoughts toward the riches in my life: family, friends, & God and work to shut out the persistent echos of this insidious illness.

1 comment:

Stuff could always be worse said...

I agree with the attitude on bad days, it does help when you see how blessed you are. I have very lonely days, so I am trying to do something, like blogging. I love that song also.