Reduction in Blog Posts


 

Well folks my health and financial problems have finally caught up with me. Despite all the affirmations and positive thinking today my cell phone got cut off. I let the Director of Stephen’s program know that they will have no way to contact me possibly for weeks or months. I also let his Group Home Residence know that they will not be able to get in touch with me for a while. I’m sure that they will do a good job of caring for him until I can get myself together.

Lesson learned is that no matter how many good positive thoughts you think, no matter how many affirmations you make reality cuts in.  I’m now forced to admit that my situation is beyond my control and there is nothing I can do to make it better.

I will still try to submit some blog posts but I can no longer do what I was doing before. Plus I will not be able to catch up or read your blog posts as frequently. That includes responding to comments.

Given my dire circumstances I guess this is an enforced blogging break.  Anyway I just wanted to Thank everyone for their encouragement and support.

Maybe next year 2018 will be a better year. In the meantime Life goes on.

 

God Bless.

 

32 thoughts on “Reduction in Blog Posts

  1. Life does go on. I would take this as a sign that you just may need a social hiatus to reflect on self, figure out your next move. I remember when I didn’t have a mobile phone, when the only computer I had access to was at school or the library. Regardless, I’m wishing you only the best. We’ll miss your voice around here. Be well.

    1. The worst part is not being able to find out what’s going on with my brother Stephen. I feel like my life is going down the drain. I will post but it will be limited. At the rate that things are going I may have to give up blogging.

    1. No more magical thinking and no more false hopes. I knew that this was gonna happen for a long time I just ignored the situation in hopes that it would get better. Obviously you see my hope was misplaced. I’m not sorry. It is what it is.

      1. Oh!! Don’t give up on your dreams, Deborah. I know it is hard to hold on to them during the really tough times…but I so hope you continue to try!
        Sending love & light 💜

  2. DeBorah–I am so sorry to read this. Stay strong, my friend. Good things happen when and where you least expect them. Much love to you.

    1. No more magical thinking and no more false hopes. I knew that this was gonna happen for a long time I just ignored the situation in hopes that it would get better. Obviously you see my hope was misplaced. I’m not sorry. It is what it is.

  3. I’ve been in a similar situation where my phone was cut off – and with that came the inability to receive or be contacted for support. It’s a vicious cycle and it saddens me to see you there, especially with the love and devotion you demonstrate for your brother Stephen…it also frustrates me to see how cracks in the system are so easily created and so difficult to repair. Don’t worry about posting, you remain in my heart and your presence is always eternal. I just hope, and I guess that’s all I can do from here, is hope that things change for the better soon. If, somehow, there is something I can do, from a distance, please reach out. Hugs, Harlon

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