3.08.2009

It's Raining, It's Pouring.



Katie is right.

When it rains, it pours.


I wish my grandma was not in the hospital anymore and that she was okay

I wish Uncle Rex was doing better and they didn't find that the cancer spread through his lymphnodes

I wish that my grandpa didn't have an anuerism in his stomach

I wish my best friend wasn't leaving in three weeks

I wish I could talk to Greg

I wish I wasn't so stressed out with school

I wish I would stop making mistakes

I wish I wasn't so stressed with money

I wish it would be warm outside

I wish it would stop pouring


But there's always sunshine at the end of a rainstorm, right?

Well, I hope so.

4 comments:

Amy Mattson said...

Hi love. I hope you are doing ok. I have a quote for you. From my blog to yours!

"Being happy doesn't mean everything is perfect. It means you have decided to look beyond the imperfections."

“Be thankful for hard times in your life. Try not to look at them as bad things, but as oppurtunities to grow and learn”

Everything will work out better than expected in all of your situations love. When you least expect it you will look back and everything you were worrying about will be over and you will be glad you went through it because it made you who you are and got you to where you are in life. Things have a way of working out when you least expect them to, and it will all be more than you ever imagined.

I love you always!

Lexie Grant said...

Amy said it perfectly. I'm terribly sorry that you have to go through all of this right now, but just know that you have so many people who love you and care for you, we will always be here if you need anything! I know that everything will work out, and you will be a stronger person because of everything you have had to go through. Just remember that getting through all of the hard stuff shows what a strong and amazing person you are!

I love you!!!

Katie said...

I know it's an awful time of life, not really knowing where you are and what is the exact next step, but you'll make it through. And being home TOMORROW will help. :) Sushi still?

Sam said...

hey,
well being a few years away from home, you start to notice the downpours at home, were really just drizzles, and you learn to appreciate having friends and family and a roof over your head. One of my favorite scriptures talks about just this kind of situation, It says that Heavenly father makes the sun come up on the good and the bad, and rain comes down on the just and the unjust, so all we can really do is trust him, cause it may be raining on you right now, but thats giving water to someone who needs it. But, i hope you're okay,
your friend Sam