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Sunday, 1 February 2015

A New Month & The Key

Don't be discouraged.

It's often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.
 
 

 
February
 
Wow, a new month already.  This morning I turned my calendar over to the new page and the quote above was revealed.  How true it is.....  I have often almost given up hope that a problem will resolve itself only for the solution to appear as if by magic at the eleventh hour. The 'key' (pardon the pun!) is to never give up hope.  However hard life is at a given moment just remember that nothing lasts for ever, things always change.  When my first child was born on Christmas morning in 1972 (he has never forgiven me for that) he hardly ever slept and consequently neither did I.  A good friend assured me, as an exhausted and bleary eyed new mum, that this phase would pass.  And, of course, it did.  When I injured my back and was in so much pain that I thought I would never walk far again, I kept that thought in my head.  A year later things did begin to improve and I was able to get back to work with a brand new job which was easier on the poor back.  I still get flare ups but can now cope knowing that it won't last for ever.
 
No one sails through life totally unscathed so whether you are coping with sickness, injury, struggling with debt or a myriad of other things life throws at us, then  Don't be discouraged.  The last key might be the one!
 
Have a happy Sunday everyone and thanks for coming to see me x

5 comments:

  1. Hi Angie my life was good and have never had any problems until about 4 years ago, and then it has been one after the other, but hey I'm still smiling xx

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    1. That's my girl, Marlene :) I hope things continue to get better for you too. Enjoy every day, my lovely x

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  2. I certainly can identify with this PP, everything does change in time....good or bad.

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  3. I certainly can identify with this PP, everything does change in time....good or bad.

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    1. It does, John, doesn't it, which is why I believe in enjoying each good moment as it comes along.

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