Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Everyday Life: There are days

Some days are days when my soul just needs the outlet of writing so I don't choke and sputter on my own undigested thoughts.

Days like today make me want to run to my pen and paper (or computer) and just let the whole day's worth of emotions come flooding out in words.

But sometimes the words won't come. I spent an hour trying to write about gratitude tonight after a trying day that featured an emergency room trip with the star of that visit being my hubby. He's fine; though, I worried more than was warranted from the time I found out he'd been injured until the time I arrived at the ER and witnessed with my own two eyes that while he was bruised and battered he was also defintiely still breathing. Thank God.

So here in the quiet and the still of a peaceful, snowy evening, I'm flooded with a grateful heart but no words with which I can express my gratitude.

So tonight, a simple, silent prayer of shear thankfulness will have to suffice.


  1. Thank God. Sometimes that's all that needs to be said. Glad to hear hubby is ok. God Bless, Jenn

  2. I'm so glad to hear that your husband is o.k. That must have been scary. Wish you and your family all the best.

  3. Wow, so glad hubby is OK! Very scary.

  4. Oh Hyacinth... that's just awful! I'm sorry you had such a rough day, glad your husband is ok though. Hope today was a better.

  5. Oh that is rough. I have been there myself and it is terrifying. Hugs, thoughts, prayers. Let me know if you need anything.

  6. I'm glad he's okay.

    I completely know how you feel. I have so much on my heart I want to write about my sister but here I sit at midnight, at a loss for words.

    Prayers for you and your family will be coming from me and my family.


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