Sunday, 20 June 2010


The administrator is well aware that she is incapable of controlling her emotions at the moment and any further entries might cause distress to the very people she has always tried to serve. That does not include her professional colleagues some of whom she is ashamed to recall.


Jeanie said...

Dear Liz

Andy sent me over to read your blog. I'm sorry that you have to take time out. From what I read here in your journal you have an amazing talent for writing prose.
Don't ever loose that way of communicating with your readers.
Get well soon!

Connie said...

Hurry back,my friend...I love you!!

Liz said...

I love you too Connie,you are one in a million, but the emotion I cannot control is the hatred I have for those that knowingly denied me the care I needed after a major accident and then sent me into hell with a siren down the 'phone.They will always deny responsibility for the damage they gave done to me.I do not not care what they think or do. I wish I could stop hating them as easily.

I hate these moronic human beings as much as I love this world and this is tearing me apart.

Liz said...

I am so sorry that your comment was delayed because I never received it via AOL and could not find a way to verify you via your profile. I had to ask Andy if you were indeed a friend of his.
Forgive me for doubting you and thankyou for your concern and best wishes.
I would send a private email if I could but I do not know how to retrieve your address.

Connie said...

I only wish you peace my friend.
I wish there was more thatI could
say something that would help you
come to terms with all this.
I know you suffer so, and
I don't blame your having feelings
of resentment towards those that
put you in the situation you are now
forced to live.
All I can do is send you my sincerest love
and hope for your well being.

ADB said...

Behind with reading blogs. Andy very kindly highlighted your journal, and I'm sorry to hear you've been having a bad time. I hope things are beginning to brighten up for you. I'm back in what you'd call Hamnavoe, with the wind blowing and showers looming.


Liz said...

Stay exactly where you are.
The wind cannot blow out your light nor the rain quench your spirit.
You are safe.