Elizabeth: Thank you but I really hope that such feelings as these find a home in which they can lose the pain and find comfort....
But perhaps you meant the emotion rather than the pain..:-)
Suthern: You, Scott, JTF helped enormously, you let me talk, you listened, extended your hearts to me but most importantly, you offered me love, unconditional love.
Beri: these were boxes, how to explain?...Well, sometimes an experience is so painful, we can't forget so we archive it somewhere, some may think they have disposed of it, but a pain that runs so deep like that of a running brook, will always find a place to stay, so my way was to package it up and take it out at a late date...not sure if that makes sense....but something catastrophic happened to me and I had to find a way to stop the past from destroying my future, so I opened the boxes...it's not over, winning doesn't always mean a trophy but signals a beginning..:-))
Nan: Eloquent?...No, you are eloquent, I'm just talking from within my mind and hoping that somewhere I can reach out and maybe help another to handle an event that needs time before you can examine the damage and repair it...but, I thank you for thinking it is eloquent, from the bottom of my heart...now shouldn't I have a pic to signal your arrival...a cute rainbow would be nice...:-)))
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it...