Every Bride Needs Something Blue

Tales Of An Educated Debutante

on life, loss and the joy that rules the day.


 
 
 
 
 




 
The future is far away and scary, but today is lovely.

Adrian H. Wood, PhD


The Struggle

The Struggle

Monday, June 13, 2016 Adrian Wood Comments (0)

With struggle, I have learned who really loves me and will stand by my side in the midst of the earthquakes.

Without struggle, my children would not learn how to persevere.

With struggle, my life takes on a deeper meaning and the old me has fallen away for the new me that feels and loves and thinks on a level that the old me never knew or tried to understand.

Without struggle, I would have never seen my husband get teary as he watched his young son run with funny gait and collapse in giggles.

With struggle, I learn that I really can't control my world. The impossible becomes believable.

Without struggle, I may have missed documenting my children learning empathy and unconditional love.

With struggle, I have conceded defeat to my heart, my mind, my soul. I can risk giving my love.

Without struggle, I would have conceded defeat and blamed myself for a world that is perfect in its' imperfection.

Comments
Post has no comments.
Comment Policy
Thank you for your respectful, friendly, on-topic comments! I LOVE THEM. Because I want My tales to be encourage a positive environment for my readers, my family, and myself, I have and will remove offensive, inappropriate, or generally rude comments. I abide by proper Southern etiquette.

Post a Comment




Captcha Image

Connect With Me

Never Miss A Tale

PR Welcome

Recent Posts

Tags

Tales I Envy

Past Tales

Never Miss A Tale

Sign up today to receive new post notifcations. And don't worry, you have not sold your soul to me! You can unsubscribe at any time.