Was in my head.
I don’t know why.
But I do know it.
I just want to tell her
Don’t let go.
Ahhh… that picture is always in my head too. And she says the same thing… “Hold on, don’t let go”
There’s so much to hold on for. Thank you 1Wise-Woman 🙂
Thank you Empowerrmind 🙂
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Thank you LincolnLifeSite 🙂
Wow I felt like this spoke to me , as if this was me.
Then it served one of it’s reasons for being created 🙂 Thank you!
Don’t ever let go.
The picture is expressing my feelings about the world today.
The text is so comforting. You have to forgive me if I use the wrong words in English. I am Belgian. But looking at your site. It appeals to me. I think I am going to be visiting your site quite a few times. Thank you for WordPress to let me discover your blog!
Your words are fine. 🙂 Thank you for your kind words. They were wonderful to read. I hope you have a wonderful day. You’ve made mine better. 🙂
It’s a reflective thought PIF, not a current situation. But thank you for the feels 🙂
I think we’ve all felt like this at some point, that’s for sure. I wish it were always easy to identify in other people so we could be sure to encourage them forward!
In addition to being able to identify in others, I wish we could all identify it in ourselves. It’s amazing how much we don’t pay attention to ourselves. Thank you Debra!
That’s a lot of emotion, positive and negative, for one person to process! That you can, is a gift to others, Colleen.
Thank you Debra. My job has changed in the not too recent past. What I do “with” the information isn’t the same. But still, people want to be heard.
Thank you Kylie 🙂
I feel like I know her…in myself and in others. Excellent
Then it has served it’s purpose Murph. ❤
Your words are too fine. Am still thinking about them.
That is a high compliment to a writer She Lyncy, I appreciate it.
The drawing speaks volumes and the depth of your feelings also reveals more than what is spoken/written here. I loved this and it would be cool to have it on a card, maybe passed anonymously when you notice someone needs an anchor (or life preserver). ❤
Thank you Robin! Someone at work did tell me that too!!!
Thank you for this.
You’re welcome Katrina 🙂
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