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Endings

How many endings do we get through in a lifetime?  How many times do we think this could be the final time I do this?  How many times do we think that our final moment has arrived?  How many times do we MISS those final moments due to being in another location of another moment was upon us?  How many times do we wish we were there for the final moments?  How many times do we wish we had NOT been there for the final moments?

There are many answers wandering around in your head now and I am sure that moments are coming to mind and remembering that the moment was the worst in your life or the best in your life.  You are bringing thoughts that were fun and full of laughter and thoughts that were full of tears.  There are memories filled with joyous endings and exciting moments that you knew were going to bring on even greater moments that would soon come to an end just as that one had.

The missed moments of endings are the ones that taunt and haunt our nights and days with visions of missed opportunities and times of remorse that fill our minds.  We tend to guilt ourselves and damage our minds with these thoughts.

So, how do we take over these thoughts and remove the fear we carry?  How do we send the emotional triggers to fill the voids we cause by missing things?

We spend as many moments possible hugging and laughing with the ones we love and the ones we want to leave a legacy along with.

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I am not your typical Texas Girl. I do not wear makeup and do my hair up big! I do not eat out every night, like so many around us. I do enjoy to being with my husband and children and have truly enjoyed it for the last 22 years. Yes, we fight, yes we disagree but we never chose any other life. We fight for one another and our family that is near us. We stand strong against adversity and never sway in our beliefs even when it is going against the grain. We have been blessed in many ways by the God above and remain amazed at the gifts and blessings He has poured over our children. Our walk has had ups and downs but we always return to one another. God Bless each of you reading this blog page!

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