Friday, October 02, 2009

I'm back



Or am I?
Physically I am back in Florida with it's nice weather, beautiful shores, blooming trees, BUT
where am I? I can hardly tell.
I have so much to do, and have been doing, BUT
I feel so lonely right now.
I walk the dog, do laundry etc. BUT
I miss......hubby, Bobby, friends and family.
and miss some more!
Have no fear I'll get back into the groove, BUT
How long will it take or how many tears will I shed?
only time will tell!

In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.
Robert Frost

11 comments:

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Sorry you are feeling lonely. Missing a lost loved one can seem overwhelming at times.
Hang in there, we are glad you are back.

Kate said...

It's wonderful to have you back. But I'm so sorry that you're feeling so lonely. Wish I could be there to share a bottle of wine with you and give you a hug.

Diane said...

Good quote. It does go on with the good and bad, so I try my best to focus on the good and not be down as much. :O) Enjoy the sun.

tricia said...

I hope tomorrow will be brighter for you. Lonely is tough to handle-- that is a first-hand observation) . A big hug to you kiddo.

Carver said...

It's good to see you back. I know this has to be a hard time but hope the warmth, beach and walks will help at least some.

Rambling Woods said...

It must be hard and I think we go back and forth with grief and coping and then more grief. It's the way it is..I would be lonely too.. I hope you start to feel better...hugs.. Michelle

Molly Malone said...

oh. many hugs to you, dear Mommanator.

secret agent woman said...

Grief is like being in the ocean - sometimes you flat with it and hardly notice, other times a big wave comes up and knocks you on your ass. Sending virtual hugs to you.

Shoebee said...

You can always come back, hard to be lonely with 4 rug rats running around

Craver Vii said...

Praying that you receive grace for today.

Barbara said...

For me the feeling of loneliness is very much like the empty nest syndrome. When I was no longer able to care for my so, as difficult as it was dealing with him. I felt so forlorn when he was gone. But "life does go on' And as time goes by, things change. As in the simplicity of nature, little by little everything changes.

You are in my prayers.