Thursday, September 22, 2005

A Better Day

This too shall pass. How many times was this saying repeated to me over the past three months? Enough… and today, after what seemed like a lifetime of rainy days, the sun finally came out. I was more than content. I felt happy. It was a little scary.

As I sat over lunch with two of my best girlfriends this afternoon and listened to one of them speak on the event in her life that gives her the most hope, I realized that I had not really identified one for myself, though there are so many that have. During those dark days, it would have helped to remind myself about the times when God showed himself to be so faithful, though I was probably too stubborn then to have acknowledged them. I guess we all need a reminder every now and then!

Today, for the first time in a long time, my eyes and ears were really open. It rushed over me so quickly that I felt lightheaded. I am really blessed for the amazing people that have been brought into my life, people that I’ve known for years, people that I’ve only known for a few months, and people that I’ve yet to meet (like so many of you on here who bring a smile to my face with your comments and emails everyday).

When it rains, it does pour, but eventually the storm ceases… Now comes the calm... and I am grateful for the rain...

3 comments:

Batman said...

The adage is true. If it doesn't kill you, it only makes you stronger. I'm so proud of you for overcoming all that you've had to over the past few months. Just know that even better days are ahead of you and that we're all glad you're back - stronger than ever.

crossblade said...

that good Nunzia,
I just fixed my blogger back
it was soo very out
thomas

carolyn said...

I woke up this morning singing a song that said, "I am blessed... from when I rise up in the morning until I lay my head to rest." Even when I don't feel it every day, I am blessed. That is what we need to remember even at our darkest times... Hey, you never shared your story of God's faithfulness that you remember during the dark times...