9 Replies to “Nervous cough”

  1. See the red flower at the top of your blog? I am sure it feels alone, but as it dares to show its color it brings life to the rest of the picture.
    Here is my suggestion. Hit the “send” button and then do a Lot’s wife move; run to your vehicle and come sit at my table and we will sip some dark hot brew and think of worlds that are not gray but of chocolates and caramels and strawberries.
    You are loved whether you dare to write or not.

      1. Luci, she IS a very good lady. You really need to meet her. 😉
        Marie, I just LOVE your encouragement to Shari; you’ve encouraged my heart, as well.

  2. I’m cheering for you while I wash up my dishes and clean up the MESSY clothes from Zoe’s blow out this AM. Write what you want to say, and leave the rest. No pressure. 🙂 We don’t need to see all the corners. 🙂 Unless of course that’s where you want to go… I guess what I’m saying is – Your dark can’t be any worse than my dark – it’s all darkness – are there degrees to that?

  3. I like what Marie said. You aren’t alone in this. I have probably checked your site 5 Times, looking for an update and prayed for you while you gave your talk.
    I wish it would have been safe to talk about in my day and recognized as a real thing. SAD, PPD, are a very real part if my life….it changed me, not for the better than n some ways. I miss me. Sometimes, I think I have SLD ( seasonal life disorder) 🙂
    I do thank God for the help and people God sent along the way. I am grateful for people, like you who do speak to these very real issues, that maybe someday, God forbid, if my ddaughters are called to walk this journey, they won’t feel so alone.

    1. Dittos, Kim, to what you said…I freaked out yesterday when I realized my daughter struggles with some of the same things I do and I really don’t know how to help her…

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