Friday, September 7, 2007


The Way Forward is with a Broken Heart so says Alice Walker. I love this quote and title of her book. Because no matter what happens, life goes on. I believe you can move forward with a broken heart. I am. I can't sit and wait until I get over my broken heart. I got life to tend to, I got mountains to climb and good times to be had. And I plan to do them with a broken heart, moving forward. A broken heart can't be the excuse to not do your best, be your best, look your best. A broken heart cannot be an excuse to withdraw from the world and isolate yourself from family and friends. The way forward is with a broken heart. I have decided early on to choose happiness at every turn. I believe in this so much that regardless of a broken heart there is still joy all around me. I live in love, even though my heart is broken. The last couple of days were tough, but they were also happy and joyous. Yes, I got my letter for my surrender date and yes, my husband has moved on without us, but at the same time, my kids started school --a new school and they were very happy about it. Their first day was great! My nephew--my sister Lo's son started his very first day of kindergarten in New Jersey--that was joyous. It is these small moments of joy and love that carry me. Yes, the way forward is with a broken heart...indeed.


cyberpenguin said...

This is a great post. A beautifully profound quote by Alice Walker (who is such a great inspirational writer!). You have the right approach. I really admire your openness, inner strength, & determination to be happy, regardless of what's going on around you.

Likewise, thanks so much for the supportive comments on my blog! I wish you lots of happiness & success as you take life's path forward. Because there is only one way to go, and that's forward.

I hope that you are find support & wisdom in your children, family at large, & in your friends.


Lisa McGlaun said...

Of all days I needed to hear this today. I won't go into details but thank you and Alice Walker for reminding me that life goes on and there are things to tend to. All will work out as it should.

Lovebabz said...

Thnaks for dropping by, I hope you have a moment every so often to trek back here. I appreciate your encouraging words.

Lovebabz said...

Sister Lisa,

It is so easy to allow the troubled waters to sweepa you away with the current. I simply choose to hold on. Here is my prayer: All shall be well, and all shall be well, all shall be well. I say this in the midst of whatever my struggle of the moment is and it helps. Keep the faith.

kansasrose said...

Beautiful post. Alice Walker is an inspiration and testament to strength of the female spirit. You have that...I will lift you up in my daily prayers and devotions on this journey you are taking... YOU inspire! Thank you for visitng my blog...and sharing your story with others. You have touched me with your spirit. Blessings to you and your lovely family. Sincerely, Kansasrose xo

Piecake said...

It's already been said, but it's worth repeating... this is a beautiful post.