Friday, August 4, 2017

Five Minute Friday - TRY




Five Minute Friday

It is time to link up with the Five Minute Friday community of writers for this week's post!

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This week's word is:

~~TRY~~

TRY?  Some days it's harder than others to keep my mouth shut!  To try not to let my words fly out of my mouth whenever my "other half" - not "better" - has ugly words to say about my family; or me!

I can handle what he says to me; about me.  It's harder to ignore what is said about others.

But, I try!

I try hard; every day!

Yes, I know that how he reacts, acts; may not be "his fault"; it's the "disease" speaking.  But, why?!  Why pick on mere teenagers?  That's whom he has ugliness about.  Why?

Who knows?!  But, I still try not to fuel the exchange and just let it go over my head.

It's hard; but I just have to keep trying.

Every day!


And, I am sure I've gone over the five minutes; with jumping back and forth between writing and reading my Facebook posts!!

But, it's done!


7 comments:

  1. Trying is 90% of the battle, isn't it? I have to remember that when it seems easier to not try at all.... Thanks for your inspiration! (Your FMF neighbor.)

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    1. Yes, a battle; but really, I am learning to handle it much better than I have in the past. It's getting better!

      Thanks for reading and commenting! I'll be doing some reading this evening and will check yours out as well!!

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  2. Trying is so hard especially in your situation. I'm sure you are doing your very best.

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    1. I don't always feel it is my very best; but I think it really IS getting better...worse days will come, I'm sure and I will have to learn to handle those as well.

      Thanks for reading and commenting...I'll be reading this evening!!

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  3. Sounds like a difficult situation, and keeping trying can be hard at times. Praying that you know God giving you strength. Visiting from FMF #11.

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    1. God does give me the strength to handle life, day by day! It is a difficult situation, with a husband who has dementia, that is getting worse. Yes, I do know that most of the actions by him stem from the dementia; but it is still hard! I lean on my family and friends, and mostly God!

      Thank you for reading and commenting...I will be reading others' blogs this evening.

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  4. Barbara, you're brave and strong beyond belief. What you face, every day, is so far beyond the strength of most! Including me.

    1 at FMF this week.

    https://blessed-are-the-pure-of-heart.blogspot.com/2017/08/your-dying-spouse-345-embracing-fear-fmf.html

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