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---------------------------------- Part of an email I sent to a still grieving friend last week:
"....I think this time of year makes things harder too...its the change in seasons, the holidays are coming. And since you do not have a job, you have plenty of time on your hands to think of things and it can make your mind wander too much into grief.
Just remember--there is no time limit on grief. Whatever you feel, whenever and however long you feel it--that is fine.
Last night, I had some weird nightmares, and I cannot say what they were about per say any more, but I know they had my Grammie and my Grandma in them, and that I woke up with a very heavy sense of loss. Grief and missing those we love and still love does not go away with time. It gets a little easier...but it is never truly gone, just like our love for them is never truly gone.
I have been down a little lately, I think the change of seasons from…
I could say that I am voting for Hillary Clinton because I am aliberal Democrat.
I could say that I am voting for Hillary Clinton because I voted for Bernie Sanders, and now she is the Democratic party nominee.
I could say that I am voting for Hillary Clinton because she is a woman, but I have had reservations because Hillary doesn’t fit into my ideal first woman President.
All these statements are true and reflect the conflict I have had in choosing to vote for Secretary Clinton. -------------------- I am a reader and a researcher by nature. Whenever there is a question in my life, whenever I have had doubts about how to deal with a subject, I have spent a good deal of time learning about every aspect of the issue.