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Sunday, 27 May 2012

The things I didn't quite know

Ok, so.... there are some things which perhaps I knew already, but I wish hadn't taken so long to fully comprehend... or will I look back over the years and realise that now, as I write this, I still didn't quite get it?

Like all the times I've looked at Jonathan and been stunned with the thought that I'm sure I didn't even know what love was when I married him, or any day since - until that very moment... (obviously I loved him but it's like I didn't quite get it yet.)

Or when I've had the same feeling looking at my daughters... along with a deeper realisation of everything that it means to be a mother. Is it really possible that I could worry that much about these two tiny people who depend so much on me? Or that parenthood would be that hard but on the other hand worth it all? Or that I would, undoubtedly, give them my all without question?

Did I really understand before just how important human relationships are and that anything - really ANYTHING - can wait (at least for a little while) when a person needs you - most especially if those people are children who are counting on you to teach them their worth.

All of these are things that I sort of knew... in a way - and they're only a few examples picked out of many. They are the kind of things that people have said to me in the past and in some cases I would reply, "Yeah I know, BUT   _______" (fill in the blank)... they now have deeper root in my heart and hopefully for power than before!

1 comment:

  1. Life is a progression of learning ..... we all have those light bulb moments when something we've heard or done or felt so many times before suddenly has real meaning for us. It's a bit like when we read the same scripture over and over and then all of a sudden the light bulb comes on and we get the real meaning of the scripture. Nice post Tracey .... certain things happen that make us realise the value of life and the importance of relationships. Love you. xoxo


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