I hope the just-passed weekend brought a little happiness to everyone. I had a lovely day with my daughter who visited yesterday, but otherwise the weekend was pretty much business as usual.
A warm welcome to all who have checked in on us over the past week and especially for the two really lovely positive posts we had over the past day. It's always a pleasure to hear from you.
I'm still deep into computer woes, but have just moved forward a little by having managed to book an appointment at my local Apple store for next Monday for a diagnosis, as the patient is very sick and may need a transplant! Once I hear what the problem is, and how expensive the solution, I can decide whether to let it rest in peace and buy another, or to go ahead with a repair. Meantime, please bear with me as I tap away on my very unfamiliar laptop, normally only used when travelling. I get so annoyed sometimes when I press a key and it does something totally unexpected.
I think life can feel very frustrating at the moment, and it's been a long time for many since there was anything much to be able to look forward to. I think it takes a certain amount of strength to try and live in the moment and not let our minds wander off to the 'what if's', but I'm sure that's the best thing if we possibly can.
As secrets22 said in her post though, there is absolutely no shame in admitting to struggling and I do urge anyone who is, to contact their GP surgery/general family practitioner to get advice and help.
Take care all, and wishing you as good a week ahead as is possible.