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The Only Constant is Change


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Change, it's inevitable. Seasons change, our bodies age, children grow up,loved ones grow old, the only constant is change. We are in control of making positive life changes. We choose how to fuel our bodies, how we interact with others, exercise or not, our attitudes and outlook. The difficulties are changes that are beyond our control. Our challenge is our reaction to those changes. It has been a year of changes for me! Losing my beautiful Mom to breast cancer is a life change I didn't choose. I'm coping on a day to day basis, being grateful of having a wonderful Mom that loved me unconditionally. I lost my job over a year ago, but the time off allowed me to take my Mom to appointments, and be with her in the hospital when she needed me. Now I need to get back to work. I'm changing careers because I don't want to be a Financial Advisor any longer. Changes in the economy have made that a difficulty career.
I have applied to be a substitute Teacher, utilizing my degree. Both my daughters are in college now, exerting their independence. It's hard to turn them out into the world, I miss the days that I was in control of what they were exposed to, making sure they ate well and dressed for the weather. But I love seeing them find success and happiness. Embrace change, control what you can, life is in perpetual motion-don't get left behind!
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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MIZINA730 10/13/2012 7:57PM

    A sensitive blog with plenty of wisdom. It's good advice that I intend to follow. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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LOWFATFOODIE 10/13/2012 3:04PM

    great post- I think you're doing great with the challenge.

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PPELTON 10/11/2012 7:44AM

    What a wonderful article. It has touch my heart. I have been experiencing changes this year and like you some are out of our controll. Hugs to you my saprk sister in that you heal over the loss of your Mom. Hats off to you for the challenging new career change! Never give up and Always Believe in yourself!

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HIKETOHEIGHTS 10/10/2012 10:24PM

    My sincerest sympathy over the loss of your mother. This month is especially special to those of us whose lives have been touched by cancer. emoticon emoticon

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