I received this the other day and I thought it was pretty. Especially for those of you in ice, snow, and freezing cold temperatures or those going through hard times.
I think for me the month of January has always been my hardest and longest month.
God gave us memories that we might have roses in December.-James M. Barrie
This new year is going to be one of the biggest 'change' years I've ever experienced. After 55 years - my life is going to be empty of someone to take care of. I've had siblings, parents, children, and grandchildren. . .
In May my daughter and grandson will be leaving home. I'm glad and sad. I feel like I don't know where or what or how I will accomplish letting them go. I love my new son-in-law to be. And they will be within two miles. But things won't be the same anymore. I know I can handle this and yet I wonder if I can handle it.
I am going to try to concentrate on the positives - the memories. The eight wonderful years I've had with my grandson. He is my rose.