A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

Or so the saying goes.  This photo was on MCS Gal’s blog yesterday.  The picture says it all to me!  It is how I have felt many times, just plain invisible despite the mask I wore on my face when outside my home.  I hope you will take a few minutes to visit MCS Gal’s blog and read this post.  We need to keep sharing.

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6 responses to “A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

  1. Reblogged this on sondasmcschatter and commented:
    AMEN!!!!!

  2. Oh, yes, I know how that feels!

  3. This is how i felt after getting started on seizure medication. The first church member that I mentioned having epilepsy to, backed up one step. I wanted to yell at her, “I’m not contagious!” When I used the word ‘seizure’ no one seemed to care. Today I read a blog which made the comment that we should not see our selves in a bad light. Then I remembered a Bible verse, Proverbs 23:7–as a man thinketh so is he… (Those are not the exact words, but close. I could not find a NT reference) I need to stop thinking of my problems, and start thinking of the positive side.

    • I love those words. It is hard to not think of our problems but it helps to find something else to do to take our minds off them. I embroider, read, learned how to crochet a scarf last winter and made several, and this year have learned how to knit a really cool looking scarf. I ran out of the yarn and am back to embroidering until the yarn arrives. I need to take a few minutes and comment on my blog post about speaking with my therapist and her help she gave me. Maybe tomorrow in between prepping for Thanksgiving.

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