When things take us by surprise—Carolyn R. Wilker

May 10, 2014 at 2:23 pm Leave a comment

 

This week has been one of surprises and evidence of change in our lives—some of which does not come entirely by surprise. You see those little signs of those changes, if you look for them, but others, such as a death, can completely turn your world upside down and change the landscape around you.

Earlier on Friday, Heather had come for a visit, one that we’d planned weeks ago. We talked about our work and other activities we’re engaged in and how those events shape our lives and contribute to both health and happiness or stress and distress. And since we both enjoy word games, I brought out my Scrabble board and letter tiles and we played a game.

Before the visit was over, I received a phone call from someone who asked me to sit down before relaying her news… Read more here.

 

 

 

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