Tragedy puts it in perspective
This has been a difficult few days in Los Angeles. Death and destruction. So many families devastated by loss. I’ve heard stories of a cancer patient who lost their home to the fire and friends who were supposed to have gone to Borderline Wednesday night but stayed home because they were just a little too tired to go out. Guardian angels at work. At the same time someone who survived the Las Vegas shooting only to be killed at Borderline. Another who survived both. Friends fleeing their home with young children who are afraid they won’t have a home to go back to. We’ve had a man found with guns outside Ava’s school and a bomb threat and endless stress about what could have happened. All I can offer is my love, my tears, my prayers, my friendship and I hope you’ll do the same. Faith, Hope and Love. The greatest of these is love. Love thy neighbor. Love thy neighbor.
Today is my Mommies with Cancer group meeting but I can't really go out in the smoky air. Plus I have the 3 girls and there isn't enough child care to watch a 3 year old. Scott worked over night so we will stick close to home today so he can rest. I'm wishing now I had gone to the meeting but it would have been to hard with Annabelle. I encourage everyone to find a support group that suits them. We all need to have our tribe. I have my Milk Mafia that has been like extended family to me and I have The Bad Ass Boss Babes networking group for work support and I have Mommies with Cancer for my emotional support after cancer. I appreciate and love each group of ladies and hope you will find your tribe too.