This morning I had something occur which is frustrating – because I couldn’t do much about it.
A lady is in hospital in pain and is all crumpled inside
Her chance of having children is now gone
She was asking for some love, some conversation from the depths of her blog
Yet her comments weren’t on
And there is no information on her website as to how I might send her some
She is obviously someone who loves God, has her faith and will be supported by that
But she would like some human angels to send her some love too
We all need that sometimes – luckily I’ve got a loving support group
Not everyone does when they fall in a hole
They’re not there forever – maybe only a day, an hour
But here is the thing
When you ask for help
You have to “turn your comments on”
Yes I’m using this term metaphorically now because that is the lesson that came to me..
In order to receive – you must ensure you are first open to receive it
Also on a purely practical point
I’ve had the comments “turned off” thing happen to me and someone let me know through another way – it’s a settings thing on your post – sometimes for whatever reason it skips to closed comments – ensure it is open or you have other ways such as an email or something on your website, (twitter handle, insta) for others to contact you.
Some people leave comments off on purpose and that is fine too.
Okay so my entire purpose is to send some love to this lady who is probably sound asleep and fine now but..
Back to you now fellow female friend blogger – it’s a tough day – my sons are everything to me – I can’t imagine not having them in my life but perhaps your path is different – kids take a lot of time and energy, maybe you are intended to use all that time and energy on something else.
Words aren’t a lot of use in this situation and I’m probably using the wrong ones so – here is some love and a virtual hug – I hope you can feel it – I am so sincerely sending it to you.
Here is her blog post http://halaluyahuah.com/2020/02/05/well-its-done/ it takes two seconds to send some sunshine – a smile, a heart or a like to someone – even if they haven’t got their comments on or (in the real world) don’t look like they want conversation.