I went to a wedding last week, it was my special nephew, Andy and his beautiful partner Amber. Sometimes when couples get together I am sceptical but Andy and Amber are so matched.They are creative, ambitious but they have the feet on the earth. The wedding was wonderful Amber had a sincere and humorous vow and the gospel singers were brilliant. I only went to the ceremony but I came back with Ruth later. I got upset as I couldn’t eat with them and chat with my family and get to Ambers family too. When I went back later I changed my thought process and stood strong and got a grasp of myself, nobody wants a unhappy women at a wedding! When I saw Sam and Joe I was really pleased as they were relaxed, smiles on the face and enjoying the day. It was a memory bank so I danced with Sam and Joe and put on silly wigs and friends of Amber came to talk to me. After two hours I was exhausted so we went back and babysit for Ava .It was a wonderful and emotional day as I was saying goodbye to some of family. Went I went back I realised my MND is nearly in the final stage , as my breathing is laboured when I walk , I just need to walk to the end of the garden and I am exhausted, my heart pounds and my shoulder is painful now and my hands cramp up when I use them, perhaps it is the heat,
Love is a really rooted emotion and it’s binds another person to you …rings,weddings are superficial …the enchanted love and vows really matters. You can walk together on the river of life or can separate…..that reminds of a song I heard recently “Find the River “
This song,especially the lyrics focus is appreciate the river, It is the natural, wonderful and vibrant source of your life maybe you can go to the city and party and travel but when you come to the river it gives you contemplation, reflective thoughts and rest. It can be a reality or analogy. I am ‘ walking by the river mouth or estuary now and it is going to the sea and I will soon join the spirits of a mass consciousness, maybe Tim is there. My river is the Mersey as my hearts beats harder when I beside the Mersey. Maybe you will have pretty river maybe the Thames, Wye, Avon or The Ribble . You might be miles from me but the water will evidently comes to the sea. So appreciate the stream and the fresh crystal water and the tender plants like sedges and wild garlic or the mature river and the sturdy bridges and flow of the water or the estuary which makes marshes as the river is transforms to the sea and my moon is shining brightly.
Tell me where your heats beats harder … For me it’s the Mersey, the Caldrew River in Caldbeck, Glenuig,Scotland, The Atlas Mountains , the Pennines, Berlin , Harris , South Africa that’s is a few magical places ….. It’s a wonderful world we live in but we think we are by the brook and we have years to go ….maybe you need to you everyone will to go the sea, so walk the river and don’t meander too long .