I Learned

I Learned

This week for the writers workshop I am going to write about  1.) Share something you learned in February.  There are quite a few things that I learned during the month of February.  The biggest thing I learned during February was that you should never take a day for granted because you never know when it will be your last day.

The company I work for had one of the ladies in our accounting department pass away suddenly and that made me realize that I need to stop taking every day for granted.  I have noticed that for the last few years I have just taken for granted that tomorrow is another day but I came to realize this month that I can’t take that for granted anymore.

Another thing I learned this month is how much time sucks.  I say that because I always hear that time will heal and let me tell you that time hasn’t really healed anything.  I wrote about how I am feeling this month about placing my daughter if you missed that post you can click here to check it out.  I had hoped that at almost 9 years later I still wouldn’t be struggling with placing her.  I know that I will never forget but I had hoped that it would get easier with time and it hasn’t gotten any better.

Those are a couple of things that I have learned during the month February.

What did you learn during February?

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If you would like to join in this week here are the prompts.  Also after you write your post make sure you click here and link up your post.

1.) Share something you learned in February.
2.) Top 6 Favorite people to follow on Pinterest.
3.) Update your readers on your 2014 goals. How are things going? Are you staying on track or facing some challenges?
4.) Describe the most vivid dream you can remember.
5.) Your least favorite subject in school.

Margaret Tidwell

I am a 30 year old blogger. I write about my life and my struggles with Multiple Sclerosis. I also am a huge book worm and because of that I review tons of books so other people can get ideas of books they should check out. I also blog about adoption from time to time because I placed my daughter for adoption when I was 20.

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Comments

  1. I think you are right in that time does suck. Healing may or may not take place but I feel like the longer stand still, the more things hurt. Perhaps if we keep going forward, pain won’t go away but we learn to ignore it. Just a thought.
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  2. Losing someone suddenly definitely puts things into perspective and makes us cling a little more to those in our lives who are close to us. It’s a good reminder, but not one I ever enjoy. Big hugs to you, healing never happens as fast as we’d like it to…sometimes not ever at all I think.
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    • Margaret Tidwell says:

      I am starting to see that healing may never happen we just learn to deal a little bit better with it.

  3. I totally get this – my dear friends father – in PERFECT health was killed in a car accident. We had the funeral yesterday.

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