I am feeling sad tonight. I really hoped that I might have got through to Candi even if in some small way but I gave her the time I said I would and she hasn’t bothered to get in touch. I think, well to me, that just shows the world what a sadistic person she … Continue reading JUST …
Hindsight is wonderful, regret is torture, risking it is not worth it
I totally get it–we areALLso busy.
Calendars crammed weeks and months in advance and no white space left over to pencil in lunch with a friend even though we desperately NEED it.
It seems impossible to make that call, write that note or stop by and visit a few minutes.
How can I meet my obligations if I use precious time doing the optional?
But when the unexpected, unimaginable and awful happens, suddenly that calendar and all those appointments don’t matter. Balls drop everywhere and I don’t care.
Because when your family or best friend needs you, you come-no questions asked.
You toss a few necessities in your carry-on, lock the door, unplug the coffee pot and RUN.
You connect that phone to the car charger and dial away as you drive down the road.
And you show up.
Because when someone needs you, REALLY
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