Sorry, this isn’t Sheldon Cooper’s “Fun with Flags,” but the following game is better.
I’ve been dealing with a lot of heavy life issues these days, and it’s difficult to come up with light material for the blog. My theme here is to dig deep into the human psyche, but also add a little humor. I’m struggling with the latter right now, as I grieve loved ones.
So, I saw this list of fun questions on facebook and thought I’d play around with them on my blog. It’s the lighter side and a nice break from my heavier last few posts about loss.
I’d love for people to join in. If you’d like, copy them and answer on your blog, or pick your favorite question on this list and answer in the comment section. I’d love to learn more about my blogging friends.
My head is spinning from the whirlwind that has been my life since the 4th of July. We still have about a dozen boxes to unpack in our new home, plus need to hang pictures and decorate. There will be more updating to the house as well, but at least the major fixes are done for a few years.
In the mean time, I find myself experiencing the stages of grief over losing my mother-in-law three weeks ago.
I’ve been somewhat absent from the blogging world lately, because my husband and I have been going through some tough times. Continue reading
I don’t even know where to begin to write this difficult post. I hope you’ll follow along anyway, because this is important … to me.
Life has become turmoil lately, which is the reason why comments are closed for now.
I thought I’d post an update from my last more substantive post.
Singers take advantage of rests written into the music to catch their breath. Travelers use rest areas along their journey to take a break. Finding time for rest and renewal is important. Continue reading