Monday, January 01, 2007

A New Year

I don't have anything profound to say today, but I wanted to make my first post of 2007. And, I want to thank all of you who read my blog, who give me feedback, either through comments here, phone calls, emails, or other contact. Knowing that others are connecting with my story also combats the loneliness of this cancer, this gallbladder cancer.

I have an old-fashioned cold today, stuffy head and sneezing. Something "normal" about having a malady I've had many times over my life. I'm familiar with this one, unlike the still new experience of the cancer.

Tia sent me an old Apache blessing today, and it seems a good way to end this first posting of the new year. For all of you reading this,

May the sun
bring you new energy by day.
May the moon
softly restore you by night.
May the rain
wash away your worries.
May the breeze
blow new strength into your being.
May you walk
gently through the world and know
its beauty all the days of your life.

Blessings and healing to each of you, to me, to our world.

1 comment:

Jeanne said...

Lynne--sorry about the cold. I love Tia's blessing.

Here's another blogger you might like--she has a wicked take on things:

Happy 2007--of course, I'll date checks and letters "2006" for at least two months ...