Monday, August 10, 2015

Things happen



The Unexpected, Ken Okel, Clear the Path, dealing with change, challenges
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Things happen.  Things happen quickly.


In one second, a fraction of second,


one’s world changes,

 turns over.


Maybe it is a fall.  Or, maybe it is abrupt darkness or 

pain,





But then, things happen.



29 comments:

  1. Things can change very quickly in life.

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    1. I have watched commercials about texting and driving--enough to realize just how quickly.

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  2. Lifes full of surprises thats for sure!

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  3. Just like that. Snap. When I went over like a felled tree from the stroke. My legs were as sound as ever, my brain no longer knew how to use them,

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    1. Sudden change of life...before one has the time to process it.

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  4. Things sure can change on a dime, and most times it isn't good.

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    1. I wonder where that phrase "change/spin on a dime" came from? Accurate phrase.

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  5. Life can spin on a dime for sure....everything okay over there?

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    1. Had an episode called "complex migraine" a week ago. Added meaning to "suddenly".

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    2. I remember my Mom suffering from migraine. I feel for you. Be good to yourself.

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    3. I think I am good to everyone else but myself. Habit.

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  6. Great thoughts indeed. Things do happen.

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    1. I think everyone, at one time or another, has experienced events like this.

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  7. Just when the world seem all fine..... bang. It happens.

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  8. Migraine madness and mayhem?
    I hope it is over now.
    Do you get a 'hang-over' for a couple of days aftewards as well?

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    1. Yes, dragging my self by a sheer force of will.

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    1. You too!? Percentages rate women as the most frequent migrainers. Wonder why.

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  10. I get the migraines too, from time to time.
    And boy, do I know about life changing. I'm in the midst of it now, but the good thing is, things happen... and it won't be this way forever, and hopefully not even for long. :)

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    1. There is always that hope and promise.

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    2. Again I am at my daughter's house, whose name is above. Just so's you know.

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  11. I get migraines as atmospheric pressure bottoms out before a rain. Wife calls me barometer-head. Joan Didion wrote a fine essay about her similar affliction entitled "In Bed." It's online somewhere.

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    1. Barometric pressure is the absolutely worst enemy. I will have to find that "In Bed".

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    2. My daughter has two amazing girls and I am blessed to be their Grandma. So I used her computer today.

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    1. The one constant in life is change, good or bad.

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    2. I think my daughter would agree with that.

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