I keep saying… Tomorrow will be different

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  1. M. Peters says:

    You were braver than braver to post all of this, Kai, and though all I can do is ask that you be guided to smile again, please know that you have people who are rooting for you and want very badly TO see you smile – even if they’ve never truly met you. Thank you for sharing this.

    • Kai says:

      Thank you. I was really touched by your comment, and I hope your days are filled with smiles and support too.

  2. Ey Wade says:

    Sounds like you’re grieving to me and there’s just no way to get around that mess. You just have to suck in your breath and fight through it. You can’t go back, and shouldn’t even look back because that darkness will only look darker. Just keep going forward, one moment at a time. ONE MOMENT AT A TIME. The dark will turn grey, the grey will lighten even more and before you know it, it will be brighter and you’ll be in a new day, reason, season.
    Everyday may look the same, but if you look hard there is always an iota of difference and sometimes that difference (even mall) is the thing you needed to bring you cheer.
    I pray you find peace, happiness, and the bundle of joy to hold in your arms.

    • Kai says:

      Thank you Ey. I think I am. Still. I’ve tried not to look at it and tried not to think, but it’s all just sort of…messy.
      Moving forward like you said though. One foot. Then another. Minding the pitfalls 🙂

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