Monday, 13 April 2015

Light & Shade

Light and shade,
Light and shade.

Early this morning it was a silly tale of emergency scotch eggs.
This evening it is a sad telephone call from a fellow Trelawnyd-ite about a dying partner
Life turns on a dime....so often
Does it  not?

26 comments:

  1. Sad to hear that John .....there but for the grace of god go we all .....

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    1. You'll know the people involved
      V sad

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    2. That was my first instinct

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  2. Talking helps and a good listener, John.

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  3. So sorry to hear this.

    We need the silly tales of scotch egg emergencies to get us through the trauma of day to day life and what it throws at those we care about sometimes.

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  4. It does. And in the darkness it is hard to remember that the light is also there.
    I am sorry for your friends, and sure that you provide light. Where ever you are.

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  5. it's not auntie glad, is it? :(

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  6. It's the silliness which gives us the strength to endure the sadness; glad they have you to turn to.

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  7. Sorry to hear that, take care.

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  8. We don't know when but this sadness comes to us all. Be a strong shoulder for those who need your strength. Sorry for the loss.

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  9. Part of life. The really, really hard part. I am sorry.

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  10. the light and the dark...they balance each other out I'm so sorry for the loss of your friend.

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  11. We all need our "Scotch Egg Joy" to make it through the hard darkness.

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  12. That it does, John.
    Possibly why the 'light' is so important.

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  13. Life is like that , we never know what's around the corner. Good that you can offer support to your friend John. Xx

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  14. Oh no John ……. such sad news for you all in Trelawnyd. Life turns on a sixpence often when you least expect it. Thinking of you all. XXXX

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  15. Very sad news.
    It is the yin and yang.

    cheers, parsnip

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  16. Thank goodness you were there, John. If I lived in your blessed village, you be the one I'd call too. Scotch eggs all around, my friend! Prayers to your friend...

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  17. You're right; it's all part of the whole. Let us enjoy the lighter moments fully, not dreading the bad. Let us grieve the bad times fully, and know that the good will come again. Wishing your friend strength and peace.

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  18. Sorry to hear this John. You seem like the kind of person I would want to call at such a time. X

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  19. I would like someone like you John on my speed dial in times of trouble....blessings to your friend...xx

    Jo in Auckland, NZ

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  20. Indeed it does John, you are a great friend for folks to have though x

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