Last Week: What A Week It Was!

Do subscribe to the belief that we are never given anything more in life than what we can truly handle? If you do, the last 7 days are proof that I am a very strong person.

Monday: In court, once again fighting a recurring legal problem.

Tuesday: Internet connection was cut off, the same day my MLB.com article was published.

Wednesday: After attending Jane Heller’s book signing, saying a final goodbye to my aunt who had flown in to close up her apartment.

Thursday: A rainy day. Water-logged from my trip to and from the library to use the public computers, and heartbroken over the Nats’ series win over the Yankees.

Friday: Just a general feeling of malaise. Can you blame me?

Saturday: The contractors working on my apartment still hadn’t finished the job, even though the super had promised.

Sunday: While writing this very post, my time on the computer here at the public library ended. I was granted no extensions and was not allowed to make another reservation. (That is why the “week” in this post goes from Monday to Sunday.)

I was so glad to see last week end. But, at the same time, I learned something about myself: that, with God’s help, I’m stronger than I think and I’m growing stronger everyday.

3 Comments

You are stronger! Just keep believing that!

Julia
http://werbiefitz.mlblogs.com/

Thanks, Julia. I can’t believe you’re a Red Sox fan. You’re way too nice!
As a follow-up: I had forgotten that I could bring my laptop to the library. (That’s how stressed out I am.) Now I can stay online as long as I want!

What a week. But you survived! And I got to meet you even with all that was going on. A real treat for me.

http://janeheller.mlblogs.com

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