I know it has been a long time since I have posted. I guess after posting about my dad it seemed odd to post some book review or talk about inane little things. In a way little things is all I can talk about. We are getting by here in the hunt house hold but it hasn't been easy that is for sure. My own grief seems overwhelming but add to that having to deal with my children's grief and loss. Its a lot. At the end of the day I feel like I have run a marathon. Today-the day after Christmas I feel like I got hit but a truck. I never realized how just getting through a day would take so much effort. Now please readers don't take this in a I am depressed sort of thing-it is just there is so much emotion and memory tied to the holiday season and add to that the loss of my dad and its overwhelming emotionally. I am planing on using my vacation this year for some quiet time with my kids and husband and just sort of take some me time. To get some rest-both actual and emotional. Teaching is like putting on a show everyday-trying to do it when I am not 100 percent is exhausting.
I wanted to thank everyone both in real life and not for their kind words, gifts of love and prayers, and actual gifts these last few weeks. It has made what has been the hardest two months of my life just a little easier. So thank you.
So I am going to leave you with one of best Christmas songs ever (I have always felt this way when the song is done right). Judy Garland sings this song the way it is meant to be-its not a happy song. Its a song of hope and promise of years to come because this year isn't really that great.
So to you and your family-I hope your holidays were amazing and if they weren't-I hope next year all your troubles will be miles away.....so Have Your Self a Merry Little Christmas