Monday, May 31, 2010
Every Moment Is Precious.
Yesterday had a moment of panic as I thought that I had mistakenly deleted a post, found out that I had not done so.
What I had done on my Dutch blog was put two posts on the same day, in the not so distant past I would have freaked out and been convinced that I had totally made a mess of everything.
Was so pleased with myself for not getting in a huge panic and getting myself all upset for nothing really.
Instead I opened a mail and scrolled down to check on my posts, made a list of the days and the titles and soon could see that they were all there.
So no harm done which made me even happier that I had not had one of those panic stricken meltdown.
Good to see and feel the benefits from staying calm, have been noticing that this has been happening quite often recently.
Instead of getting into a huge flap, I have managed to be calm and things have been sorted without tears ands sorted out much quicker too.
Sunday was not the day that I had expected as it rained most of the day, at one point it was torrential rain coming straight down as there was no wind.
Towards the end of the afternoon it got dry and it was briefly warm enough to open the window which was very pleasant.
Decided to go and visit some other blogs, was reading quite happily until I visited
Jane @ A Journey of Another Kind
And read that she has died what a shock as only Friday I read that she was so happy at being home again after yet another stay at hospital.
I guessed from the moment Mort posted about her last year, that she might not have long but it is still a hell of a shock to find how short it was.
Expected to go there and read about Jane being at home again, she was an incredibly brave woman who enjoyed every moment she could.
That is all we can do, I had another look at the video on her blog where she talks of the importance of enjoying all that you can.
She said she felt she had been given extra time and was going to enjoy every minute, feel that my resolve to do just that has been strengthened by hearing Jane’s voice.
Thanks Jane for reminding me again of the importance of making the best and most out of every moment we have.
Light A Candle For Jane.