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Respect and Thanks – Approaching 50 and Fabulous
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Respect and Thanks

February 22, 2017

When in crisis situations, people’s true colors and passions emerge.  

Thankfully, during the past year since Anthony’s death, I have been blessed in the most unexpected ways.  

Family, friends and new friends have stepped up.  Been there. 

Gone above and beyond.  

In small ways, large ways, any ways. 

People are innately wonderful.  

I have a beautiful circle of and support system.  I count my blessings. 

I don’t want to waste my blog space and out precious time complaining about life’s unfairness and persons who shall not be named.  Ever again. 

They know who they are.  

And some of you have asked, what happened to “So and so?”

All I want to say is: 

People are innately wonderful.  

Thankfully I have learned to surround myself with the wonderful people. 

They’re not out for an agenda which is solely for their own benefit.  

Ugliness inside, manifests itself outside.  It permeates like a toxic mold.  It takes hard work to eliminate the mold once it starts to grow.  

I have done the work.  It’s a DIY project. 

It’s so worth it. 

I am sorry, but I felt I needed to get my feelings off my chest and put the “baby out with the bath water,” once and for all. 

I will say no more on this subject, but if you can identify, I would love to hear from you.  How do you keep your circle positive?  How do you embrace the good?

Grief is much easier when there is love surrounding you. 


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