It seems the only constant in this world is change, and we are all exposed to it.
Grand-daughter had her sixteenth birthday this last week, and the following day decided she was moving out and going to live permanently with her mother.
It made me sad to realize she has made this decision because there will be less restrictions placed upon her activities (not that she had anything draconian placed upon her here).
Having your own way in everything you do does not, in my experience, lead to a happy life. But I respect her decision – during life we all have choices to make, and then consequences to bear as a result of those choices. It can be a harsh learning curve sometimes.
|The first daffodils for the season are making their joyful appearance|
This morning the sun was shining (it has clouded over now!) so I headed off to the Lions Club annual book fair. I have come home with twelve books to peruse and digest – which I am going to go and do now, with a cup of hot chocolate to keep me company.
Then I will have to figure out how I am going to fit them into my bookcase!
Enjoy your day, wherever you may be and whatever you may be doing 😊