the 4th dinner here last night...such a sense of community here
glenda coming to eat with me
ate a couple of bites of my pie. i am amazed that i was able to let it go. change is possible. it was something i wanted but did not feel like the last piece of pie i'd ever have the chance to eat. i used to feel that way and ate so fast that i didn't even taste or enjoy anything. i inhaled the food in a panic. so so grateful for God's grace and for change. haven't arrive, but some things have changed. grateful.
reality...living in what IS today. dad always said -it is what it is- and lived with acceptance and serenity and took what came in life and lived his best whatever came. that's my goal.
delta's posts...so good and always helpful
the reality that 3 of us are no longer here but are in heaven now...we were blessed to know each of them. we only have this one day to treasure each other, yall. i am grateful for each of you.