Friday, November 13, 2009

Kaleidoscope of Life


This week has been a Kaleidoscope of life and death.  A net friend designed this for me earlier in the week.  I thought the different colors, from grey to bright, has been a good description of this weeks emotions.

My dad is doing much better and improving, got news, another cousin does not have cancer, then buried a 43 year old cousin.   That is just a few of the many emotions, we have dealt with this week.

I believe it is all called Life.  I know many people are going through similar but different challenges versions of these colors of the Kaleidoscope.  Take notice of the beauty of all the different colors when put together in the end.

15 comments:

Charlene said...

Sounds like quite a roller coaster ride.. and not the fun kind. Sending positive vibes!!

Sara said...

Sorry to hear about your cousin, but happy to hear that your dad is doing better.
Here's a big Hug from one of your invisble bloggy buddies,
Take care
Sara

Cami said...

The kaleidoscope is beautiful, and a wonderful thought and example of our lives; the darks and lights making a picture.

Karen said...

Love this title and your outlook on life....

robinsramblings said...

Hi Kim,
Holding your and your family in my prayers during this difficult time. Thanks, also, for your comments on my blog. Take care.

Julie@comehaveapeace said...

Sounds like a full and sometimes heavy week for you, Kim. Thanks for visiting at "Come Have a Peace."

Veronica Lee said...

Thanks for the follow. I'm now following your lovely blog.

2 Toddlers and Me said...

That is a great picture and I love your thoughts about it. I hope things get better for you.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I like yours, am now following and looking forward to reading more.

ArtSnark said...

thought provoking post & beautiful art

Deborah Ann said...

How beautiful, to see all the trials and joys as part of the kaleidoscope of life!

Sanctified Together said...

I am sorry for your loss. I love how you described life as a kaleidoscope. Very well said (written). And I love the picture.

Thank you for your encouraging comment over at Faith Imagined!

strokeofliving said...

This kaleidoscope is simply beautiful your friend is talented. My prayers going up for you during this tough season in your life. As my mom ALWAYS tells me, this too shall pass.

Shattered said...

The kaleidoscope is beautiful I am sorry for your loss; life is certainly full of ups and downs.

Take care,
Jennifer

Bonnie Bonsai said...

And I am one of those who underwent such a kaleidoscope. When it goes like that, my faculty could not think much of writing. Surprisingly, am back to commenting and with comfort than any past days since coming home from New Zealand. I was caught in a trap between good news and sad news.

Susan Marlene Kinney said...

My heart goes out to you. Yes though this death and life thing is a part of life it is so very difficult to say good-by. How important to store up those wonderful memories and laughable moments to carry all the days of our lives.

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