Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth." Genesis 9:13

Wednesday, December 28, 2011


I am home.  It has been a long, stressful day with the social worker screwing things up with my going to intensive outpatient.  It looks as if that may be impossible.  I'll explain later.  I am in the midst of 'suicide-proofing" my home and need to go back to that.  More later or tomorrow, just wanted to say hi from my own home.  Also, I have never liked the paint color in my bedroom.  I'd picked one and my mom had to go get it and make sure it flowed with the other rooms and what I'd chosen would not work in here.  So she picked, as I'd told her to and it was always not the mild light peach I wanted.  I never realized though until tonight that this color actually agitates me.  It is, I suppose, possible that merely being in this room is agitating after what has been going on, but I really HAVE to get this painted.  Hate it SO MUCH.  But home is so peaceful and wonderful and there is an orange cat with both paws on my leg and 45 minutes of continual purring since I sat down for a break.


Anonymous said...

Welcome home, Jen. Home Sweet Home.

I am sure your cats are glad to be back with you. I too enjoy the peace and quiet of home - nothing quite like it.

I hope you have a restful sleep tonight and awake with energy and feelings of happiness and possibility. So thankful that you have a plan in place for future days.

Thanking God for His Grace, your team's guidance and wisdom, and for YOU Jen!


Anonymous said...

Ahhhh!! Deep breaths and purring.

I'm so thankful for all the steps you've taken with loving and professional guidance and you, Jen, digging very deep into your powerful core. You always amaze me. You have the will to live, a strong will to live. You're a fighter. You'll conquer the bedroom paint problem, too, even if you have to wear sunglasses for awhile. Your rainbow shift is happening. I applaud you...seriously, I just stopped to clap for you.

Off to give praises to God, as well.

Hugs!! Michal

Anonymous said...

Good Morning, Jen!

How did your first night home go?

I was thinking about something this morning... is the therapy you will be doing a long way from your house? Meaning, will you need to travel 2+ hours several times a week?

Thinking of you,