Wednesday, June 3, 2009

SEASONS OF LIFE

I do think my market research, very little, means I am going to wear my T-Shirt with "Stuff could always be worse" and that is all, for now.

My daughter is busy finishing moving and son also. We are dealing with the empty-nest syndrome pretty well. I will always miss my children but am happy they have productive lives. I know I did my best to raise them right and now their lives are what they make of it.

My husband and I are in a new season of life. We will do our best to help others, family, whoever comes into our life. Now let us see what tomorrow brings.

8 comments:

awb said...

We are getting close to it ourselves, not sure how we will do with the kids not being here? The time has flown by, can't wait to see what comes next!

Andy

ROSIDAH said...

Letting go of the children must be tough and wonderful as well. Wonderful, because you know that you did a great job :). I have still a long way to go and hope that if the day comes, I can look back like you and say that I did my best. Wishing you all the best on the new chapter in life. Have a great day, Kim.

Pilar Stark said...

HAve fun in this new season and enjoy your time with just your husband.

desperateblogger said...

i am nearing that "season" of my life too. i wonder how i'll do.

LisaG said...

I think letting go of one's children can be hard. I have three and the gap between the first and last two is a wide one. My eldest is 20 and my last are 6 and 3 respectively.

It seems like just yesterday my daughter was a little girl, now she is all grown up. I hang on to my other two as tightly as I can, but they are growing so fast.

This is a wonderful time in your life Kim, enjoy it, embrace it. Tomorrow will be great.

blessedmom said...

That must be really tough on you and your hubby. My kids are still young so I still have a lot of years to count before they leave me :( huhu..nyways, enjoy your time as a couple..without a doubt, i know u raised your children well...reading from your posts, i know you're a wonderful mother... take care always! have a blessed week! :)

Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis said...

I want to see a picture of your t-shirt when you get it done. Can you make them onto a tank top??? I love tank tops.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

That is very nice of you to think that way Kim. I think I am just starting to see bigger picture of life myself. This little post adds an inspirational dimension to my future plan. I know I have limitations but I will press on no matter what. Thanks Kim.

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