Days march on. And we live them the best we can. We love. We find things to rejoice over. And we simply just keep keeping on.
We adjust. Time and time again. We do. We will continue to.
That’s the way it is. That’s the way it HAS to be. That’s the way we all need to be.
Today Edd’s work announced he will go to a part time schedule and will serve as consultant and mentor in the Product and Test Engineering organization instead of being the guy in charge. Another person will assume responsibility for Product and Test Engineering now. He has been a successful leader…
When he got home and I asked how he was and how it went, he simply said, “It had to be done.” There is much up in the air now. Many uncertainties. Is the company going to be bought? Swallowed up by another? Probably so.
I have wondered if I will get through these times and still be whole. Sane. If there has ever been a time for courage, it is now. During these days.
I find courage knowing I’m not the first to have walked this road. Nor will I be the last.
But I have made a decision. Though I feel fragile and want so badly to grieve at times I have decided to have courage. I have decided to show strength. I will not have a pity party very often. I will love as best I can. Though I feel weak, I’ll be strong when I need to be. There are still good things to think on. Good days ahead. God will carry me. Carry us.
One of the most valiant things we can do for another human being is to love them through times of pain or challenge or struggle. And I’ve made a decision to do that.
“When you’re weak, I’ll be strong. When you let go, I’ll hold on. When you need to cry, I swear that I’ll be there to dry your eyes. When you feel lost and scared to death, like you can’t take one more step. Just take my hand, together we can do this. I’m gonna love you through it.”