7. Aug, 2017



I've just come through a big wave and landed safely on the other side yet again. we've been under a lot of stress with this move but now there's finally a light at the end of the proverbial tunnel. It will happen next week. I am not going to dwell on the 'what ifs' but focus on the new life that's just about to begin for me. It's going to be strange and I'm likely to have some more bumps along the way but it's what we want for this time in our lives. So it will soon be, 'Goodby Hayle, Hello Hayling'. A removal of an e and an addition of an ing will take us 250 miles away from our present home to our future lives.


I'm still healing and I'm still very fragile but my thought for today is that healing can't be hurried. As long as no further pills are added to the compromised central nervous system and all coping techniques are followed to help get us through then healing can't be stopped. It's inevitable......

Healing doesn't happen over night
Healing doesn't come in a pill
Healing happens in layers
Healing is different for everyone
Healing can hurt a lot
Healing is a process of reawakening
Healing needs support
Healing needs acceptance.

In the end healing happens for everyone, But it takes great courage to believe and let go of all attempts to control this process.