They say that as one door closes another opens....the problem is light a rabbit in the headlights I sometimes feel quite frightend or at best dazed by the future...how do you know when the doors are opening...is it obvious....do you have to look for them? ....or which door to take...or which way to go in life! Having lost a husband I've lost my way...nothing major...I'm strong and I'll fix it...I'll even manage to smile while I do it but I find that whilst I'm really quite chilled considering what has happened I'm almost avoiding the future if you know what i mean....so stuck in 'getting on' that I actually wonder if I avoid the opportunites that come my way for fear of doing the wrong one! Or fear of admitting that actually I'm terribly hurt and fragile...coz i'm always the strong one who bounces back! 'Vulnerable' if a strange town! I'm sure it must be a necessary place to visit on this journey but I'm hoping I'll pass through this place quick! Anyone alse know what I mean? xx
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