Tuesday, June 9, 2009

We want what we cannot have....

One small but important task that my husband does, is put the sheets on the bed. This is not important to some, but I cannot physically do that, for years now. I try so hard to be independent and clean the house. He does not know how important that is to me, or how I wish I could do that.

This is to say, sometimes we want what we cannot do. The other things I can do, I just do not want to, like cook or pick up stuff. You might give me the reason, I do not feel good, but sometimes it is just laziness (that is a bad word for MSers). I am not speaking for others.

Do we not always want what we cannot have? Humans seem to be that way forever.

Let me tell who my 50th follower is Glass Half Full Gal I love her blog title, I still cannot believe I have readers, I was truly surprised at 5.

8 comments:

lisaschaos said...

We DO always want what we can't have. But it sounds like you have a great guy and you do what you can. :) My cousin has had MS for about 16 years now - diagnosed at 18 yr - he's in a wheelchair now unfortunately. But on a positive note - one of my x-ray techs has MS and is doing great. It's such an individual thing.

Sweet Serendipity said...

It's so true. Human nature I guess. I try to remind myself regularly that the grass is NOT always greener and to be thankful for all that I have.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today. Have a great day :D

Pilar said...

That is one of the things that define us people, we all make the same mistakes, wanting what we don´t have, always looking back instead of pressing forward, and always seeing the grass greener in the other side... well, I guess that last one is still wanting what we don´t have :)

It is so great that your husband is so helpful :) what a blessing!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

As for wanting what I cannot have Kim, I surrender my thought literally on that matter. Nothing seem to matter to me anymore now that I am alone.

As to your unbelief in regards to bloggers readership, that I was thinking too in the beginning.

Blogging is my only means of hide away. If behind the screen I can express myself, then so be it.

But it's a blessing to find some good and kind hearted soul to share what our heart is abundant of for in the mouth we speak so is with our mind.

Hopefully, for me, they are pleasant thought. Though I know I am subject to my own human limitations.

Just sing out Kim when you need the money. Next thing we arrange is how to send it without being spammed by. So, we'll find a way to get away from cyber frauds.

Take care Kim.

deandean said...

I have so much to say to you kim but I am not sure of what you might think or feel about it. Maybe it's enough to say that you have a family that loves you and friends who wish only the best for you. Hang on there...

Sathira said...

Yes. I fully agreed with what you said. Suffering arises when we hope to get what we cannot get!

LisaG said...

It is good to know that you have such a supportive husband. You know, I am a pretty lazy person myself. I hate housework period. :)

You deserve your followers Kim, your blog is a joy to read, at least for me. I look forward to your posts.

Stay blessed as always.

MommaYoung said...

You are an inspiration...

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