But then there are the days that are worse than the frazzle that is the every day. There are days that leave us feeling so broken in our body that we can't stop weeping. Days where we have received life shattering news about a family member or a friend, or even ourselves. Those days are weeping days. Those are days where we can't even crawl out of bed. We can't even face living life on those days. Everything has stopped, suspended in in time - frozen for a moment that seems to last forever.
I had one of those days last week. The day itself wasn't bad - perhaps a few annoyances here and there. But then I received some devestating news. Two of my friends have cancer and it doesn't really look good. And then, not long after that news, a text from a friend that her sweet blessing was born still.
It has been a week and I still can't even think about it because I am the kind of person that when tragedy strikes, I need to step in and help if I can. Sometimes God provides me with a way to do that, and sometimes...He doesn't. How can you help a situation like that? How can you DO something when there is nothing to be done except trust in God's plan?
A few weeks ago, I posted a little graphic on Facebook - you know, one of those things you see that gives you the feels, or that you can just really relate to - so you share it.