Friday, May 7, 2010

long week


as most of you probably already know if you've been following my blog i've had a long long week.  the truth is, i've had a hard time focussing on anything.  i'm behind with my work.  all i really want to do is be in my vegetable garden and go for walks and be with family and friends.  i worry about the people closest to molly and i feel so sad.

i know as time passes grief changes.  acceptance comes and memories are more sweet than sad.  i have to come to terms with my regrets.  because what is just is and there is no do-over and no second chance.  i have been thinking how doing things for danny, molly's husband, and doing things for all the people i care about and even extending kindness to strangers feels also like giving to molly.  so that's what i plan to do.  

thank you for your comments through this and i take each of them to heart.  i will see you all next week. the image here is a little peek at sandy's house.  i managed yesterday to meet with her and photograph her beautiful home.  she is a talented and gracious woman and i enjoyed poking around her house.  you'll love this home peek i'm sure. 

i wish you moments of peace and grace this weekend.  if you are a mum...from one to another my hat is off to you-
xo
liane

8 comments:

Nanette said...

right back at ya durlin'. Take good care of yourself this weekend.
xx

Kickcan and Conkers said...

Thinking of you Liane.

snappingtwig said...

feeling for you Liane......happy mother's day...xoT

littlebyrd said...

Happy mommas day Liane. I wish you a restful peaceful weekend.

Mandy Behrens said...

How fortunate are we to be connected...albeit via the internet. You are an amazing human...take care this weekend friend. xoxo Mandy

巧生 said...

人必須心懷希望,才會活的快樂,日子才過得充實,有意義,有朝氣,有信心。........................................

Leililaloo said...

A happy and peaceful mother's day to you tomorrow Liane...

am said...

this is the first time for me to look at your blog, so I hope you do not mind a new comer....grief DOES change and evolve....even though it is so terribly hard, I can tell you from my experience with loss that where you are now is important, so recording (writing, drawing etc) is something profound that you will have later, so try to do as much as possible.

also, get massages if you can.