Feeling emotional

For the last few days on and off, I have been feeling emotional. Last night, it came in a big wave and I got up this morning when I woke up, so it meant I lied in bed longer than usual, this morning.
This morning I still feel tearful and not good, but I have come out to the library to use their WiFi and for distraction.
It will be a year on 14th October since losing my cousin; Sandra and her husband; Michael, to a careless driver. I have a post that will air that afternoon, that I have written just a couple of days ago.
It doesn’t seem a year that they will be gone, but then it had been dragged on from last year with everyone looking into this, followed by court this year.

I did not think I would expect a big wave of emotions like this again, but with happy memories of Miley my cat I was thinking of, that departed from this world in March, along with moving at some point in October, I suppose it was to happen.

This year has been a mixture of highs and lows for me and the year has just flew by more than any other. I have had a lot to take in this year, but as my afternoon post will express, on the 14th October, I have a lot to look forward to when I move. I am also positive on the year ahead to come.

9 thoughts on “Feeling emotional

  1. Aw Liz, I’m not surprised you’ve felt emotional. Something traumatic and tragically sad like that, compared with big life changes, is enough to rock the strongest of people. Sending hugs your way, feel whatever you feel & only push forward with positivity for the next adventure (like the move) when you can. xxxxx

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    1. Thanks. Just emotional with everything that has been happening the past year. I have had a lot to take in, but I am looking forward to the move. I really need this.


  2. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your cousin and her husband. Hugs!

    I know memories and all the prayers can’t replace their physical presence in your life. However if you can open your mind and heart ❤️ a little bit, to the mystery that life still exists all around us, that we (in our current body) can’t see, smell, hear, taste, or touch, perhaps you can get to a place where you’ll feel them near at the rustling of a leaf, or a flip of a squirrel’s tail, or their favorite song that will “just happen” to be playing on a radio near you as you drive, or walk into a store. The Bible says “seek and ye shall find”, but it didn’t say what to look for exactly–just to be open to receive. I believe there is no end to Love. And I don’t think our loved ones ever want us to be lost in grief. You have too much to live for and enjoy! Give yourself permission to be happy. ❤️🦋🌀

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    1. Thank you. I will allow myself to be happy, because my cousin and her husband were a happy couple. Both of them always had smiles on them and this is what I will always remember first about them. 🙂 X

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