I think if any of us are parents we have heard our kids say
"I wish I was older!" My answer was always don't wish your life away you will look back on this time and remember how wonderful it was.
Since then my adult daughter has said "You were so right."
I try to live in the here and now, but I am guilty of wishing life away.
When will spring come???
When can I retire? I am completely burned out of my job for lots of reasons but I am a 60 plus woman who needs the insurance they offer, Or I would move on! And when I think of the few more years I have to work to get medicare I get a lump in my stomach.
I like being home, I love walking the dirt road that runs behind our property. Sitting on my porch hooking a rug, or working in the gardens.
I have wonderful friends and life is calling, but still I work.
I have had a couple of health blips lately nothing I can't control.
But time marches on and I hope the next few years pass quickly for me.
This cemetery is mostly mid 1700's to late 1800's most died young and lived a hard life I imagine, so I will stop complaining and enjoy today.
Husband's operation went well they were not able to accomplish everything they wanted to with this surgery but I think it will be OK.
I stayed home a few days to be with him, the weather has been wonderful and I have enjoyed my time here with him.
Thank you so much for the prayers and good wishes I am sure they helped.
Have a great weekend!