When disaster strikes, there is only so long one can focus singularly on it. The days swing on, relief efforts continue, people slowly regain their spirit and with this ever changing world, the intense chaos becomes yesterday's news while a new disaster takes it's place.
I am ready to move this blog on, but I will never be ready for the "new disaster"- this time around the Texas fires, the flooding back in my hometown state of Pennsylvania, 9/11 reminders... the list goes on.
Stay strong friends. May that sense of spirit help rebuild you soon.
This week in my town, I saw an American Red Cross Disaster Relief truck. It was getting hooked up to a tow truck. Ironic, to say the least.
Ahem. Seriously moving on...
The rain finally stopped yesterday, so it was time to carry on with a certain sunshine needing project:
yeah, more on that later.
Moving on also means letting go of some blog issues: my confessionals are:
- a while back, I was going to follow up a Father's Day post. I didn't. Sorry about that.
- I am simply not blogging or commenting that much right now. I'm ok with it and know it's just a phase. Mainly an "ahhh the baby will be here soon and there's lots to do" phase!
- some day I will get around to fixing the layout, tags and links of my blog. not today though, or tomorrow.
If only moving on after a disaster was as easy as moving on with my own little blog hiccups. How easy it would all be.
Love to you all,