I’m not all that wordless today, but for good reason.
Six years ago, I decided I was finished with life. I’d had all I could take.By the grace of God, I was saved. I did not want to be, but I am so thankful I was. Today’s post is dedicated to people and the good times I would have missed out on had I succeeded and to the man who turned my life around without even realizing it, my husband. To think that I almost missed out on meeting my husband and in turn, I almost lost the chance to have Bryson and enjoy all of these little moments with him. I think it is no coincidence that almost six years to the day of my overdose, I married a wonderful man. I didn’t realize the dates until this year, so it definitely was not planned on my end.
>Wow.. I didnt know. We are certainly glad you are still with us.. and congrats on 6 years!
>That's a huge accomplishment. Congrats!
>The shots are beautiful.. Glad that things didn't go as you had errr mmm planned… It's amazing how things happen and where life takes us
>depression is a serious disease that has affected my family tons as well. I am so glad that you found happiness within your life to celebrate
>Praise God – the world would be empty without you and Bryson! So glad that you listened to "the call."
>Glad you're here and that you have loving family to brighten your every day!
>So glad to hear that you found someone to help you through your depression. Congratulations on six years!
I know how you feel. I've been suffering from depression nearly all my life. It is very difficult.
>That what somebody said, "Everything happened for a reason." What doesn't kill one makes one stronger. I believe that you are a much stronger person then 6 years ago and that put you in a better position to help others who are going through similar challenging time.