Life goes on. Still. Always

I have spent some time yesterday and today, trying to catch up with the blogs I follow.  That’s why some of you will find a sudden ton of notifications of likes and comments from me.

I still have to work, of course so I’m afraid it’s not humanly possible to catch up with all of them so if I missed yours, my apologies.  I’ll try my best to stay up to date in the future.

So many wonderful posts I missed.  I go from hysterical laughs to almost tears.  But good to know [almost] everybody is still hanging in there.

I’m looking back at the last three months and I find it amazing how much crap we all go through every day.  And yes, here’re we are still.

And that reminds me of a picture I saw on Facebook yesterday.  One of those things that became very popular.  It seems like all people do on Facebook is post quotes or someecards.  Not that I have anything against them.  Most of them are hilarious.  And I always appreciate anything that causes a good laugh or a smile.  But I disgress.  Here’s the quote

You don’t know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have

First thing thought that came to my mind was this.

A quick google images search told me the quote is used by Zazzle for pretty much all diseases, like all varieties of cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy,  Autism, Cerebral Palsy and even Fibromyalgia.   Interesting.

Life hasn’t been easy for me either.  Some of it, I’ve blogged about, some of it I haven’t.

And all this time, since my son went back to Colombia, this song keeps playing in my mind:

Siempre hay por que vivir por que luchar
siempre hay por quien sufrir y a quien amar.
Al final las obras quedan las gentes se van
otras que vienen las continuaran…
La vida sigue igual

There’s always something to live for, to fight for
There’s always someone to grief for and someone to love
In the end, people move on but their work stay
Others will come to finish it….
Life goes on just the same

Yes, in the end… life always goes on.  But it’s always better with friends :)

9 thoughts on “Life goes on. Still. Always

  1. Sid Dunnebacke says:

    Yep – finding so many fabulous blots has been a blessing and a curse. Keeping up with them (or, in my case, catching up with them) is a pleasure, but takes time!

    Your “how to dance in the rain” post is brilliant. I’m glad you mentioned it as I missed it the first time round.

  2. Susannah Bianchi says:

    I understand all about working and not having time to read everything. I wanted to thank you for tuning in to athingirl. I appreciate you taking the time to read what I write. ‘How To Dance in the Rain’ is a favorite of mine too. Thanks again.

  3. Angel Fractured says:

    I have trouble with keeping up with blogs, too, especially since my life is about to get busier. But I try to check on everyone periodically, and I understand that people have better things to do sometimes than keep up with my blog, lol.

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