Sunday, April 26, 2009

When The Pain Comes

It's like I'm scattered to the wind. Blowing this way and that, nary a grounding thought or still moment to hold as mine.

Or maybe that's just what I want; to rise up away from the misery, climb on the wind and separate, so the pain can't pin me down.

22 comments:

Joanne said...

Janna, Hope your sails catch that wind and that you're feeling better soon.

Rebecca Nazar said...

Hang in there, Janna. *Tomorrow is only a day away*.

Melissa Marsh said...

Prayers to you, my friend.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Another horrid headache, my friend? So sorry. Lifting prayers.

Nadine said...

Hope you feel better soon!!

Turkey Lurkey said...

So sorry. (hug)

Lori Tiron-Pandit said...

I'm sorry you're not feeling well, Janna. I hope you get better soon.

Travis Erwin said...

Hang in there.

thedomesticfringe said...

Sorry. It's a bummer I know. Ruins a perfectly good day. Praying you're feeling better.

-FringeGirl

Janna Qualman said...

Thanks, everyone. I'm feeling better now, just trying to get through the after-effects.

kimmirich said...

Janna, hold on sweetie. Stay strong and know there are those who care,
hugs

Woman in a Window said...

Pain is so debilitating. It takes the spunk right from the soul. Get better.

Jessica said...

Oh no, I hope you're feeling better tonight. Is it a headache? I've had those for years and years, but not migraines. Thank goodness. I'm going to pray for you right now.

Deb Shucka said...

Sorry to find you hurting on my first visit here. Hope you're better soon.

scarlethue said...

Migraines... you know I know how you feel. I'm glad to see you're feeling better!

Lady Glamis said...

I am happy to hear you're feeling better, at least. *hugs*

Janna Qualman said...
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Janna Qualman said...

Oh, it was a bear. But today brought release and a new outlook! Thanks, everyone. Your thoughts and prayers really mean a whole lot.

Melanie Avila said...

{{hugs}}

Janet said...

But God is an alchemist. He can change base metals into gold.

Rob-bear said...

Pain, particularly chronic pain, can be both so debilitating and exhausting. Been there, often.

Blessings in your trying time.

spyscribbler said...

Oh gosh, wow, I'm so sorry! Lovely way to explain it, though. You know, when I was sick and in pain incessantly for years, I could actually rise above the pain. It was like climbing on the wind and separating, PRECISELY. It was sort of like extreme meditation. Nowadays, I can even lift out of a migraine, but I have no defenses against the nausea it causes.

I bet you're feeling better, but I hope it doesn't come around again soon!