Life is Unpredictable, Goodness and Gratitude are Constant

My husband’s health is deteriorating.  My children (ages 7 and 5) are growing more anxious.  I don’t know what the next many weeks will bring.  Jim is too young for any of this.  I want him to get his life back.  I want my kids to have a father who can talk with them, play with them, and teach them all the things he knows so well.  I want my husband back.  Still, in the midst of all the sadness, there is gratitude and goodness.

I wrote an article months ago that was just published.  It was a wonderful reminder of gratitude at the time I needed to read it.  I hope you will enjoy the article too.  Here is the link.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. thinking of you and Jim and the kids, Erica…

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  2. I’m so sorry that Jim isn’t doing well, Erica. Being grateful, especially during the difficult times, is, as you said, so important.
    I really enjoyed your excellent article. I wish we had that advice when our kids were 7 and 5.

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