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30 October 2010

Outta My Head and Into My Heart


Been busy doing some housecleaning...

More like head cleaning.

Amazing what goes through my head and decides to stay...

Worries-problems-depression-the unknown, etc.

Last Sunday it came to a header
(no pun intended)

I sat out on the back steps in the cool cloudy day and had to decide if head was going to rule or heart was going to rule as something had to happen because I was on THE EDGE.

Heart won, thanks to God and an amazing friend who shall remain unnamed because it would embarrass her but she knows how many long conversations we have had and exactly how serious things were.

So that's why I haven't blogged.

I have missed you all and with being off for 2 days now I plan to catch up in BlogLand.

But right now...

the husband bellows that his homemade pasta is done and I must heed the call.

Don't~Stop~BELIEVING!

4 comments:

Mumsy said...

Good to see you back sweet Ness. I am glad you are doing better too. Thankful you had someone to talk to and help you through the rough time. Hope you have a terrific night and day tomorrow. Keep doing well...you are always in my prayers. Hugs

Debbie Jean said...

Ness, I am so glad you had that friend to talk to you in that time of need. I am glad that they helped you, and your heart won. I have been at that point, and it is a scary place to be. I love ya Ness, and need you around. I missed you posting. I am always happy to see a post from you. I worry about your family, a lot!!
I hope that you enjoyed the homemade pasta! I love pasta so much! Of course being a brittle diabetic, my body doesn't like it, but some times I give in and enjoy it.

Love ya and...

God Bless~
Debbie Jean

WinnyNinny PooPoo said...

Ness: Worry goes out the window when homemade pasta is calling ME!!

I understand about 'the perfect storm' that life creates! Sometimes I think, what will I do and I just want to run away to a mountain top or an island in Maine.

So glad you've had a breather to just talk and think and someone to help with that! Sometimes just batting around a problem with someone else lets you look at it from a different angle. However I can't stop wishing my angle on my problems was from a remote cave on a high mountain!!! :)

Debbie said...

((Ness)) I'm so glad you had someone to talk to and the heart won. That stuff rambling around in the head can drive you crazy. Solitude, pasta and a good listener makes the going a little easier..Love you

You could always call ME again LOL

I'll just make you feel crazier though hahahaha