Firstly, thank you from the bottom of my heart for the lovely comments we have received regarding my hubby's health scare. Tests have so far come back as nothing too serious, thank goodness, and the waiting should not be long now for the final results.
Last weekend we decided to brave the elements and visit Hunstanton, probably for the last time this year, and before the storm hit the UK shores! As we walked along, my mind was full of worries and 'what ifs'. The weather was stormy which reflected the way I was seeing things. Life and relationships are constant, stable and strong at first with occasional ripples along the way. Strong relationships, be they loving relationships or true friendships, are built to last and time continues effortlessly.
But then, occasionally, something will rip the ground from under us.
With dusting ourselves off and the power of positive thoughts and prayers, we see the parts that have broken in our lives in a much more constructive way.
Waves of good thoughts start to wash over us.
And our loved ones help take on the tide of life for us.
Picking us up when we feel so alone.
The skies feel bluer.
And life's journey doesn't seem so bad.
We then find we are not alone.
Life can be like a rough day at the seaside, but there are always people to help you ride the waves.
They are the ones that look at you at a distance to make sure you are ok, supporting you, loving you, cherishing every moment spent with you.
He is ok, that is all that matters.
Vicky at Life at Willie Mae Lane? She has a beautiful blog and is now hosting a Christmas Ornament Exchange. What an amazing idea! I have put her link to this in my side bar. Go on, put your name down, this looks so much fun and a great way to meet new blogging friends.