Strangers In The Night
Walking down my street
Feeling lonely and blue
And then I felt your stare
And I turned and it was you
Turning away and walking
Forgetting about your face
I felt a tug on my coat
I turn and see you in my space
Saying nothing but stepping in line
We walk together, rhyming in time
Then you take my hand in yours
And we walk so intertwined
We stop under the beaming light
Our faces turn towards the other
I feel it in my heart
I want you for my lover
You sense what I feel
We walk to my front door
You take my key and open it
To a land of never more.
I am still fighting this salivary gland issue. I was looking on google for ways to rid this without going through surgury.
I am still fighting this salivary gland issue. I was looking on google for ways to rid this without going through surgery. I found several sites that said suck on sour candy to up the saliva in my mouth; so when I get done writing this I am heading off to the Dollar Store. Spending a dollar or two is not going to hurt my wallet, just my sugar levels, but it it can help, so be it.
Yesterday I found a house to live in, in my daughter’s home town. I sealed the deal with money and now when I move in September I won’t be a permanent door mat at my daughter’s house, and for this, I am sure she and her family will be quite grateful. She loves me, but she has her own family and life to live without a mom there.
Last evening a family came to look at my home. They were looking for a place for their mom to purchase. They seemed impressed and went home to think about it. First thing this morning they called, and they want to buy it. Yeah! Tomorrow they will come here to seal the deal.
So the way I look at life right now is I am making the right decision to move. I prayed before any action asking God to guide me easily through each step if he thought it was a good idea to move away from here. I would say my prayer was answered. Now to reserve the moving truck and back to more packing. Thank-you Lord for showing me your answers.