Is it best, at times, to say nothing? It seems that for the past two – plus months I’d say, yes.
Winter is a welcomed season, bringing a long-sought break from summer’s heat. Yet, winter is a two-edged sword. With it’s beauty and snow wrought silences and the arrival of The Baby Jesus, winter also brings, “The Holidays”, that caroling, bright tree, scented wreath, manger scene, family time of year that is a stab to the heart for so many.
It’s tough to hold on. Maybe only the tough do. Or at least those with a strong survival instinct. Or the eternal optimists. Yet, none of these “walking wounded of the heart” remain unscathed from this yearly onslaught. At times the most they can hope for is that their affliction is not contagious.
The season of What If’s, If Only’s, How Come’s, and Why’s will soon come to a close and with that, for tough, survivalist optimists, a return to normalcy. See them.
For those with a Redhead in their lives, thank God.
See you here soon.
Sometimes silence is just bronze.
You really do have a talent for writing and I enjoy your offerings. Thanks again!
Very well said, dear friend. It is always a joy to read your posts.
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