Three Day Quote Challenge

changing life



  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2.  Post a quote for three consecutive days.
  3.  Nominate three bloggers each day.

A big thank you to my friend Survivednarc for the nomination.  She has a wonderful blog and inspires me most every day.  Check her out!


The image above is a quote by one of my favorite people in the world.  Best selling author, spiritual teacher and really cool person.  (If you follow her FB page, you’ll find that she actually interacts with her fans, and comments on and likes out comments!)

But I chose this, because this particular experience, heart-break, has brought so many of us here, to pour out the sludge, the pain, the agony, the mush of a broken heart on our blogs, trying to make some sense of what happened to us, when all we did was love someone infinitely more than we thought possible.

She is so right, that we will see that our lives are changing, when we look back.  We will see that we grew, that the experience made us stronger, not weaker, make us know our worth, not what someone else thought of it.

And here, we have companionship, on our blogs.  We have camaraderie.  We meet people who have traveled the same path, and we enlighten and treasure each other.  Experience the sweet mourning, experience the broken heart.  Grieve.  And then, let the changes lift you to a higher place.

My 3 nominees are:

  1. Megan at Finding My Way Home
  2. KCrambles
  3. Carly at Petite Prelude

12 responses to “Three Day Quote Challenge

    • It’s odd I thought I would grieve him forever. But now I look back and I do see it as a time of sweet grieving and I know I’ve changed. I don’t even miss him really not anything about him. The process brought me clarity and I’m looking forward to the rest of my life either alone or with the man that can love me the way I could love a man. But I just want so much distance between Hanai now I loved him then so much. Then he broke my heart that I thought I would die. Now I kind of look at it and think why would you think that? He sure wasn’t all that. Probably not even half of that. Lol.

      • With a bit of time and distance we can see them with clearer eyes – see the dark and ugly parts… and we can start to think: “What was there to love, anyway?”… I am not there all the way, But I am getting there, too… lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the ugly, real dirt ugly, horrible parts of the Narc… and getting to be grateful that he is not in my life… We deserve so much better. Hugs!

        • When I saw who he is with her it had a huge impact on me. He turned into this wormy guy who would say or do whatever he had to for her approval. It’s a weird relationship. But at any rate. I don’t want a guy like that. I want one who is the same guy for everyone. I once told him, everyone who knows me knows the same me. Not so with him. He changes who he is for everyone. Which is why he had so few people in his life. And I’m not one of them! Lol n

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