Tuesday, December 13, 2011

and so it happened

- i got ill and had to quit my old job
- i got depressed
- i found a new job and was happy
- i started wearing pretty clothes and jewellery
- but am still ill
- so i quit blogging
- quit making dinners
- quit tidying the house
- quit making school lunches
- quit pretty much everything
- but loving
- and marvelling at the brilliant and sad beauty of this world

- i got a tattoo
- i possibly, and probably, suffer from CFS/ME
- but i will definately get another tattoo
- i just opened a microscopic shop here, even though it was way too premature
- and today i opened up my blog again

17 comments:

Visty said...

I hear you. I am glad you're trudging along. Some days just putting one foot in front of the other is all we can do. Good thoughts to you, friend.

lise said...

Veldig kjekt å se deg, Therese!

*klem*

softearthart said...

Life is for living and sometimes the road is a bumpy one, love your felt creations, good luck on your journey, love and light Marie

AnDee said...

Wishing you wellness...

jane said...

welcome back! :)

draadjes said...

I've been missing you in this space. I agree with Marie: the road that's called living can be a very bumpy one and it's not always clear where it's leading to....But never forget there is always light too!
I sometimes think: the darker it gets, the brighter even the smallest the light.
Love and light,
Anja

E said...

If you want some advice.... I can recommend healing.. that gave me a new start.... now 4 to 5 years later I recognize my self a little more each day...

I've heard succes stories from taking Floradix.... I've started taking it last week... and I might already feel something happening..

Take care... I know how you feel <3 <3 <3

ladybug-zen said...

hi! good to hear from you again.

therese said...

Wow! I didn't think anyone stopped by here anymore. Thanks for your nice words and good wishes :)

swig said...

I love you little shop – the leaves are wonderful. Please carry on!

Anonymous said...

I have been missing you and wondering. So glad you are back. If your blog were an e-zine I would subscribe to it. Thank you for your unique lens on the world.

Molly W.

Taylor Alt-Mama said...

Welcome back! So sorry to hear you've been ill. CFS is one of those things that takes finding your way out of, YOUR way. I don't have it, but am soon to be a massage therapist, and many people find that helps them. Plus yoga. Nutrition. All that jazz. Hard to do with depression in the mix, not to mention dishes and life, but, you'll rock it! Yay for tattoos (I just got a new one after a five year hiatus); and for more of them. Sounds to me like you're turning a corner onto a new and positive phase. Usually those corners involve some rough riding, you know? Hang in. Xo.

Heidianne said...

I just wandered in to your blog,looking for information on making Viking combs, and your gorgeous photography sucked me in.Your blog kept me in my chair reading until I realized an hour had gone by, and my coffee was gone. You live in an amazing place,with what seems to me is a wonderful and creative life. Thank you for sharing your world. Be well, be strong, good wishes for the new year.

therese said...

Thank you so much, you sweet and nice people :)

mayu said...

So happy to hear you are back to share your very special world.

I have also stumbled upon your blog on January, spent every nights looking through the pages, questioning about my life - trapped by a wheel of cooperate in a capitalist city.

I envy the world you created and the courage to build an alternative life.

Keep inspiring us !

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