“Wait for the Lord; Be strong and let your heart take courage; Yes, wait for the Lord.” ~Psalm 27:14

I don’t know why I thought that turning a page on the calendar, changing the final digit on the date when I wrote a check, would immediately cause a difference in my pain.  After all, it’s been going on since January 2009.  Hope springs eternal, though, and somehow I thought things would be different.  I realized very quickly, however, when I ran out of pain pills because of a computer error at my mail order pharmacy, that there’s nothing magical about the start of a new year.  I keep waiting, though. Waiting and hoping.  And, of course, praying.


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9 thoughts on “Waiting”

  1. Angie I found your link at Charlotte’s. I’m enjoying my first visit to your awesome blog. I’m going to sign up by email for updates, then read a few more posts before rushing out the door to meet a busy day.

  2. Hey Angie….hope is the best.. Waiting…well. I don’t like waiting but waiting in hope brings awesome things. Twenty twelve is going to be a great year…..Have a great week out there…hope it shines in every way for you

  3. I guess there is nothing that special about the beginning of a new year. It just amazes me how quickly they come back around again. Didn’t the year 2000 start just a few days ago? Thank you for sharing. I hope your pain lessens considerably in 2012.

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