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03/04/2009

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Here is my thought process as I finished reading this: "Maybe it's not time, maybe it's awareness, or forgiveness, or letting go, or moving on, or love." I suspect it's a mixture of all of the above, with the emphasis on LOVE. This reminds me of a story I put on my blog a couple of months ago http://www.donnaonthebeach.com/blog/index.php/2009/03/19/a-beautiful-heart/ - think you might enjoy it!

Anyway, back to your question, my 105 year old self tells me that we 'youngsters' are far too impatient, and time does heal all wounds...eventually!
Donna.xx

Hi Lisa and All,
This is the first time I have responded to a blog. It is also the first time that I have had my heart broken and I'm 43 not a teenager! I do not have parents to reassure me that it will be o.k. but I do have a few friends including you Lisa. Thank you Lisa for your friendship, love, and spirit. Thank you Donna for your posting too. Perhaps that is what I did was to find the courage to give a piece of my heart away. To be vulnerable. This is not an easy task in this world of ours. How am I healing well, I am doing it my way. A good friend of mine shared that long ago he was having a difficulty with his 3 year old daughter. He was trying to get her to do something she didn't want to do and she came out with the statement. "I do it how I do it." It made an impression with my friend and he had enough wisdom to respect his 3-year old and even share it with me his friend 20 something years later. So...I am doing it how I do it. And anyone that respects our process is worth having for a friend. Thanks for listening!

"I do it how I do it." Wise words from a 3 year old. I honor your grieving and healing process, Barbara. With time, this experience will be transformed into something beautiful to be remembered. Much love to you!

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