So, for those of you who follow this humble little blog, you’ll know that the other day,
I wrote about how I lost some work on my novel.
And how “devastated” I was.
I had no idea what was coming.
Shortly after that post, I found out that my boyfriend’s grandmother has passed away.
She was like a grandmother to me, and one of the kindest souls I had the pleasure to know. And I’ll never forget that little old lady who would sit in her chair and yell at the t.v. while watching her team, the New York Mets.
Sometimes life puts things into perspective.
Worrying about computer problems seems meaningless now.
Stop. Look at the bigger picture.
Words are replaceable. People are not.
I’ll be back next week.
And I’ll continue working on that novel, despite the setback.
She would have wanted me to keep writing.
Write with Heart,
2 thoughts on “When Life Puts Things Into Perspective – The Loss of a Loved One”
Very sorry to hear of your loss. Never is it easy, but as you said – it does put things in perspective.
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I appreciate your kind words, Marie.