Posted by: vftmom247 | 2013/07/11

Apologies and explanation

I know – I have been slacking on my blog. My mama is nagging me about it. I feel guilty about it. So..I have just been in a time of Ignatian desolation. God and I at first weren’t speaking to each other, then we were intensely discussing things. Then, I had a retreat during my latest hospital stay (Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Michael Gaitley), and things are getting back to normal. It all spun off the fact that after my May release from the hospital, I realized that the longest I had been out of the hospital for the last eighteen months was five months – and two of those five months was due to me procrastinating on going back in. Total, utter depression, and general ticked offedness at God. One day, I will figure out that gets me absolutely nowhere. Thank goodness all is lurching back to normalcy.



  1. Oh my darlin’, I have lost count of the “come to Jesus” speeches that have gone on between Creator and myself. I am told it’s ok, He’s use to it. 🙂

    take care of you

    • Thanks! You take care of yourself too!


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