Taming the Melancholy Flood

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4 Responses

  1. Melody Barbour says:

    Well said, Susan! I agree 100%, it’s easy to miss those days and in their memory lose today… Thankfulness for those days rather than delayed melancholy is the best medicine when those sad thoughts begin to surface. We are so blessed to be on the sidelines watching our children parent their children. Thanks for sharing your thoughts! I love reading your blog!

    • Susan says:

      Thank you so much for your comments Mel! You’re right; it is such an awesome experience to get to encourage our kids as they begin to parent themselves. And thanks for the encouragement on my blog!

  2. Richelle Shryock says:

    Thanks Susan for this beautiful blog. This one really hit home for me because I have been dealing with this lately.

    • Susan says:

      It’s a really tough thing to deal with for sure. Thanks for taking the time to read the blog and comment; that means alot to me Richelle! Miss you all!

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