Monday, November 7, 2011

Coming Back

I will be commenting on your blogs by the end of the week. I appreciate all your kind comments. I guess we all get into the blue stage of our lives, especially in our older age of life.

I really hate feeling sorry for myself but I guess this is what I am doing, please forgive me for doing this. We do have our health and I am glad I live in America and have the freedom we all share. I have missed you all and I guess I will come and see what you are up to (I missed this most of all).==love=Margaret


Kay said...

We really do all have those blue moments. I even did a post on it myself recently. I think so many things can trigger it. Challenges, the weather, lack of interaction, etc. You have got so many challenges now that it's natural to have some blue days. I hope you get a break and can get out and do things for yourself. We're caring about you.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

No matter how positive a person is the blues can hit you anytime.I can relate to that.
Take your time, it will be good to hear from you again.
Take care.

Becky said...

Most of us go through this Margaret, and not only the older generation. Your blogger friends and your family will get you through it. Do visit when you can. I do love to read your posts too.
Take care Margaret, and lots of {{HUGS}} and prayers coming your way.

Anonymous said...

I understand how this can happen. I have recently gone through the same thing because of my health.
You know that talking about it on your blog can actually be good because we are all here for you. You would not believe the amount of support I received from my bloggy friends and the understanding because so many have been through similar times.
Sending hugs and prayers to you and hubby.

Anonymous said...

My father said he never had a headache in his life. I couldn't believe it when he told me that in 1953. He did have a tooth ache and went to a dentist and drank a fifth of whiskey, mother said, while the dentist pulled all of his teeth. He had three sets of false teeth but never used them. He could eat anything - gummed it I guess.

Babli said...

Thanks a lot for sparing your precious time to visit my blog and giving sweet comment.
I hope you and your husband's health is fine. God bless both of you and I always pray for both of yours good health and long life. I will wait for your new post.

Arti said...

We missed you too, Margaret. Welcome back, dont feel sorry, just enjoy life as it happens and hope all will be fine. My prayers and best wishes with you, always.
Have a fabulous week ahead:)

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Dear Margaret, You are so sweet to visit and leave a kind comment when you are having your troubles too. No matter how fortunate we are, we all have our blue days and it's okay. I am glad you talked about it. You have so many blogger friends who love you and your wonderful post. xoxo

Judy said...

We miss you, too, Margaret and so appreciate your posts and comments. You are always in my thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Margaret,

I came to see if you have posted something new. But I find you have taken sometime off from writing blog posts.

All of us go difficult moments sometimes emotionally sometimes physically. It takes time to get back our bearings and we realize all this is part and parcel of life.

There was a time when blogging got on my nerves and I set deadlines to write new posts. But such schedule only made me nervous. Now I have relaxed and realize that I should enjoy writing my posts and I should not set deadlines. Now I post only once in ten or fifteen days. My good friend continue to visit me and many others forget about me. I understand this is also part of blogging.

Take your time.Relax and enjoy yourself without blogging for sometime. But do write something now and then to keep us posted of your status.

God bless you and your family dear Margaret,

caspersmom said...

Ah heck Margaret, we all feel sorry for ourselves once in awhile. We all need to stop and rest awhile. I too haven't visited a whole lot lately. You and Charles take care O.K.

KleinsteMotte said...

Feel better soon Margaret. It is good to have bloggers who share that feeling and give some comfort. here are my HUGS!
It gets harder at this time of year. In fact for me November is usually the toughest month as far as coping goes. And since the wedding and anniversary I've had one app't after another all pertaining to my ailing/failing vision. Still blogging keeps me believing I can do more. Just need to get off the bed more and do it. Hope to see you happier :)

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Hi Margaret!
Stop being so hard on yourself. You and your hubby have been going thru alot!
Take care!

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