Saturday, January 15, 2005

New Year

Well Its been eventful if nothing else. With the problems the world has suffered since Christmas it kind of left me speechless :/ so much death an destruction :( finding words that describe how you feel are really hard at such times as these, so I felt it best to say nothing. But what I will say is.. my heart goes out to all the people affected by this disaster. Even my own family know someone who has not returned and is believed dead. So my thoughts and prayers are with you all at such a sad time.
On a more positive note.. they say good things come from such tragedy's.. and how great it is to see the world pulling together in a desperate attempt to help these people and the areas they live. It has restored my faith in human nature, and maybe..just maybe.. we do have a long term future together on this planet afterall :)

The Gibbering Wreck

What has become of her?..where did she go?.. Its hard to believe that 2 years ago when I started this blog just how bad I felt. How much anxiety ruled my life from day to day.. Minute to minute. Ok I still have the odd bad day.. but they are few and far between these days. For the first time in the whole of my life. I feel well.. In control.. and content with who I am and where I'm going.. all I have to do now is get a grip on my ever growing butt and that's my only ish for this year.. get my fitness back to where it was before all this happened. And I'm well on the way to my goal with that :)

I'd like to take this opportunity to point the gibbering amongst us to a website that I feel will be great help to them... Its a great site full of info and stories with a positive edge. Plus people who will listen and give help and advise.. go on.. give it a go.. and send sunbaked my love:) and best wishes on his own journey.


Once again another subject close to my heart. My brother is out there at the moment doing his 6 month tour. It scares the s**t out of me to think of where he is and what he is doing :( Ok he's been in the army a lot of years and as a staff sergeant he knows what he's doing, but still my heart jumps every time I see something on the news. He only has 4 years left before he can retire with a full pension, and for something to happen to him now... all I can do is hope he makes it home in one piece I guess. Same as all the other families with loved ones out there.

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