Monday, December 21, 2009

Being Followed

Although I am appreciative, knowing that I have a blog "following", I am totally unsure as to why anyone would want to follow someone who is feeling so aimless in life.

This has again been another month of ups and downs in the life of moi... and I find myself totally unsure of what I am to do with myself. And to top it all off, I've got the Christmas blues again... even though I'm actually prepared (gift-wise).

For anyone who is so inclined, prayers are so much appreciated. I have found myself jobless and have a lot of soul-searching and choices that can be made... this isn't necessarily a bad thing either, but I don't seem to be able to cope well with making choices at the present.

Thankfully a kind Dr. has given me a reprieve of some sorts, so I can honestly say on my EI forms that I am not able and willing to work right now. If only my mind would mend.

I'm trying to be patient with myself, yet not completely comatose.

This isn't meant to be a downer, really! God is still blessing me (I don't understand it, but am truly thankful!)

I want to wish those of you who read this a blessed Christmas... and hope you are able to hold onto those glimpses of joy that you are able to experience throughout your day!


Unknown said...

Sorry I was late reading your blog post for December. I am busy getting caught up after being away for more than a month. God Bless!

Anonymous said...

You know why we like to read your blog Dawn - because honesty and openess is refreshing. We all deal with our own struggles but most of us like to pretend we're fine and we put up a good facade so people think we're doing good. You have the strength and integrity to be honest about yourself and that is a virtue that is attractive. It helps us realize that we are all human and it's OK to be imperfect.

Dawn said...

Tanya, Wow! Thanks for the comment/compliment! One thing I've had to learn over the years is that it doesn't pay to wear masks. It only leaves me lonely. That being said, it does not make it any easier to reveal my scabby wounds that I do have, but it sure helps to know there are others walking alongside, through my "Journey" of life!