Friday, July 9, 2010

The Only Way to the Other Side...


...is through.

And right now, I am feeling mired in the middle.

It feels easy to say "I'm too tired for this...I thought I was done...I give up."  But I won't say that, because I don't.

One foot in front of the other is the only way for this Chick, who is not ready to share about what is going on right now but is seeking a way to be brave about sharing and still maintain some privacy.

12 comments:

Tess said...

Thinking of you as you lift one foot after the other...

sweetmango said...

that is about my pace at the moment too so how about we keep each other company on the walk?
xxm

Sandy Dempsey said...

You've been in the middle before. I know it doesn't make it easier. Thinking of you and sending hugs your way. I'm always in your corner.
xxoo

Brooks Hall said...

Offering support... It's best to handle this in a way that is best for YOU! Don't worry about expectations: ours or yours. Be well.

Cindy Fearon, RYT/LMT said...

i can relate. some days that's all you can do is put one foot in front of the other, and you know what? that's okay. do what feels right for you and don't sweat the rest!

tinkerbell the bipolar faerie said...

Through. That's the most difficult path, isn't it? I am standing at the door which leads to the other side ... with my hand just about to touch the doorknob. (Of course, you know this is a metaphor) I'm scared and exhilarated at the same time.

Wishing you well.

x ~rox

Anonymous said...

Christine, sending you good vibes, and healing light.
wishing you strength to keepputting one foot in front of the other.
Tara

Susan said...

Be well Christine. Sending thoughts of comfort:)

Yarrow said...

Blessings to you in this time of struggl and change.

Jan said...

Blessings to you as you make this discernment. How much to hold sacred, close to the heart; how much truly needs to be shared and to ask what is our "motive" in sharing...Is there a payoff for me by telling such or would it be better to self-treasure? Such a tender place to be. xo

Linnea said...

All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.

I'll be here no matter how long it takes. Brooks is right; the best way to handle this is the way that is best for YOU.

Love to you. xo

nadinefawell.net said...

Weird, I thought I commented on this. Muddle-brain.
Take all the time you need, and all the rest, plus some! Like you said, it's the last part of the healing process.

xoxo