I tend to trust people too quickly. Too many times,t hese have lead to heartbreaking disappointments. When these things happen, I shut down, put on the song N.U.M.B., cover my head and face, take a valium,
My Blog: A Potpourri of living life, paralyzed and confined to a bed, how I got this way, how I cope, and my perspectives. I am also a CSA, rape, and human trafficking survivor.
Some call me “Wildflower” because … I … survive … the sights that I see when I venture out, the joy of breathing fresh air, of reading and viewing for which I am grateful, yet I prefer my solace – Scorpio hidden in the universe amid twelve grandchildren and the story of humanity, self-deprecating and struggling with self-esteem and what people say; but there are always sea-foam green, teal, lavender, and yellow Brie, dark chocolate, cherries and the Mediterranean: people ask me for my recipes; I travel virtually and survive wildlife and crime to help fellow victims; I am the Witness, I am the Sentinel: welcome to my musings!
It baffles me how quickly joy can turn into sorrow, but once again, I find myself drowning in a pit of despair because of one well-intentioned but misspoken word, at least to me, when it was simply an innocent remark. Trigger: hypersensitivity to certain words toss me into […]
COVID-19 NUMBERS SPIKE My fellow believers, there are people in our country and around the world who are hurting, confused, angry, depressed, lonely, and scared. We should not be adding to their troubles by posting negativity and worldly news. People need love and compassion. We are called to […]