Thursday, June 08, 2006

To the Rescue!

As most of you remember, I was adopted by Ozma's mexican-american family eight years ago. These people are loving, warm, and passionate about their family (and extended family). I have been very blessed to call them my own. I also have my friend/assistant Zen Buddhist and her family as well as Michelle and hers, and other wonderful assorted friends.

I haven't been alone for more than a couple hours, day or night, since 6/6/6.

And I am never lonely, since I am on the phone constantly with Michelle or my other friends who are calling to check on me. This is such a marvellous reminder of how loved I really am. It's almost as if there's been a death in the family and this is the ongoing wake.

Although everyone's worried for me, the truth is that I am fine. I had prayed for God to show me what was wrong, and make it so that I could safely and happily send my ex-boyfriend packing, and He answered my prayer (and how!) So, although I have at times wondered where God was, and if he answers prayer, I can tell you that at least sometimes he certainly does.

My friends, my families, my child, and my regained freedom. In so many ways, I am blessed.

P.S. Tomorrow I'll resume my writing.


Mike said...

Glad to hear you're coping ok.

BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

This too shall pass, Saur.

When we loose someone, we must take time and come to our own resolutions.

i know you are a strong woman.

Lee Ann said...

Oh I am so sorry you are going through this. You are right, it is like a death when you leave someone you have been with for years. You seem to have a good, positive attitude. I am glad you have so many friends and family that you can lean on.
I think I would look at it as the beginning of a fresh new good start!
All the best wishes to you, I really mean that.

Bryan said...

It's a good thing you asked God to give you discernment. He came through.

Just take it one day at a time, Saur. You're going to make it.

Mr. Fabulous said...

I am very happy to hear this.

Fred said...

You're lucky to have so many close friends. Indeed, you are blessed.

Miss Cellania said...

Thanks for keeping us updated. Otherwise, you'd have a lot of people worrying about you.

R2K said...

Maybe you have invested time and effort in others, now you get the returns on that investment.

Reverberate58 said...

When I divorced Joshua's dad years ago I learned that there are 5 stages of grief in all situations. Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance. Anger was the hardest for me but the rest all came easy! Glad you have your real family and your blog family keeping you happy! Take care and I will keep praying for you at this difficult time in your life!

Liquidplastic said...

You can do it Saur, you are strong, but don't beat yourself up for being a little weak at time. We are all human.

Now it's time for you to go into a cocoon of love and heal --- we are in your corner.

Lucy Stern said...

God will help you thru this. He is always there, sometimes just watching and hoping that you will make good decisions. Good luck!

ts said...

yikes! i'm thankful you and saurkid are out of this safe.