Tales from the Unwavering Witchlett Chapter #2

By: F❄️REST DEVI✨
 
Merry meet kindred souls, welcome! If you have tripped across this blog, know that it is not by chance. I believe, nothing happens by chance. Everything has a divine purpose. There are no coincidences in life, only synchronicity ‘s attempting to take us where we need to be on our journey.
It has been far too long since I have shared my story with y’all. For it has been quite the challenge I must say, body, mind, and spirit! But I am still above ground so I SHALL continue on my journey.
As we all know, being ill can be extraordinarily difficult. With the pandemic that large I’m sure all of us have experienced a form or two of difficulty. It certainly hasn’t been fun! With multiple sclerosis and THEN contracting the latest form of Covid I thought I would be pushing Up daisies. But instead, I am here to share with you something I learned. Something I’m sure some of you may already know. When you feel like you cannot endure much more pain, know that this pain is going to be part of your product! Because when Life knocks you down & the messenger of misery comes for you, what are you going to do?” What is it going to take to get you back up on your feet again?! I have learned when you overcome life’s biggest trials, you will look back & discover they were not a curse but a blessing in disguise. If it wasn’t for them, we would not grow. These challenges offer us the chance for personal spiritual and physical growth as human beings.
Oh, & yep, you’re stuck with me, lol!! I hear lesson nine calling my name.
So my friends, if you are like me and have seemed to take in the advanced course in life, hold your ground! One of my favorite sayings,” Tough times never last, but as tough people do. “
And speaking of courses I want to say a public THANK YOU to Lady Beltane. I appreciate all of your compassion, and patience as I battle my physical issues. I sure am thankful for every bit of it! That’s from the bottom of my heart! I don’t know how many others would’ve been as patient.