I think the boys told me about a co-worker who asked if he should use “the google”.
They laughed. I understood.
If only “the google” worked on directions for your life.
Trying to find a purpose or your purpose can be quite difficult. You can become so involved in your own circumstances, you overlook those who are struggling.
Compassion is key.
Passion is easy for me. When I believe in something, I am obsessive. Jeff says that was probably my strength in raising the kids.
The direction for your passion is difficult. It requires a compass.
Something I have never had. Until now.
An incredibly kind and caring package arrived earlier this week. It was as close as I have been to one of my mom’s.
She sent great care packages to me when I was at the University of South Alabama.
I found one of her letters the night I lost her.
It took my breath. It still does.
I have been on my own now for close to a year mom. Our family has added a beautiful new daughter and a grandson.
And I have a few new friends you would love. Some are right down the road. Others are halfway across the world.
I know you would be proud.
If you are depressed, there is help. You are not alone. I would love to send you a packet, a card, a tag, a dime, etc. Or maybe just some encouragement or compassion.
Reagen’s compass will help her find her way home. But it helped me remember that one of the best things you can give someone is yourself.
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