28.3.10


To let go isn't to forget, not think about, or ignore. It doesn't have any feelings of anger, jealousy, or regret. Letting go isn't winning or losing. It's not about pride. It's not about obsessing or dwelling on the past. It isn't about loss and it's not defeat. To let go is to cherish memories, but to overcome them and move on. Letting go is accepting. Letting go is having the courage to accept change. Letting go is growing up.

I want to say a big thankyou for all of those who have sent their love, hugs and prayers to myself and my family. Your kindness is very much appreciated and your all darlings!
My Great Grandmother is now living with my Mum and I. She has her own room next to mine and her 90th birthday was just yesterday. The family came down and we celebrated it at our house.
I coulden't help but feel sad just for a little while. My Great Grandfather just got buried 13 days ago and I've already visited his grave three times. This year would be my Great Grandparents 69th year of marriage!
Anyhow it's time to move on and carry on as before. Spring is here and I love it! All new born farm animals are here and there and the flowers in the garden are just about coming out! I can nearly take my boat out to the loch and sail! The weather is getting warmer and the nights are getting lighter! Spring is just my most favourite time besides summer.
So now I shall start blogging again and writing nonsense to all 41 of you!
 Meg
x

4 comments:

ANGELICA! said...

I am so very happy that you are feeling a bit better; letting go is the hardest hardest hardest thing, but I know you have a strong and big and golden heart, so that you truly will overcome the sadness, and then you will remember beautiful times you've shared with a happy tear in your kind eye ♥

angelica
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Jen said...

awh such a pretty post, and glad you're feeling a little better !

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xxx

Sarah In Wonderland said...

wow, i have found this liberating in itself. :) thank you for writing it.

Miss Meg said...

xxx