Thursday, January 20, 2011

Accepting Change...


I just had to post a pretty picture because I couldn't bear to look at any more devastation.  This has been an exhausting week for so many people and we really admire the strength and dedication of all the people rolling up their sleeves and working towards getting our city back up and running.  We really appreciate everyones lovely comments and prayers as well.  We thankfully have not had our homes affected, only our office space.  We have spent this week emptying out our furniture (which was moved to a mezanine level and was therefore, thankfully undamaged).  We now have to decide which direction our business will take.  Nothing llike a natural disaster to push you out of your comfort zone and into a new direction.  We will keep you posted...H & T xx

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19 comments:

Cindy said...

Sending my best wishes from Texas...

A-M said...

Oh I so agree. Sometimes catastrophes light up a different path to take. Change is good. A-M xx

M.A.the2nd said...

So glad to hear you are okay Tracey. I know what you mean ... it has been awful up here in Rocky as well. I hope everything goes well for you and look forward to more beautiful posts.
best wishes
Frances

Natasha said...

I am sure that whatever you decide to do you will be happy and successful. Be strong!

Thanks for posting the gorgeous picture-it was just what I needed to see after seeing so much sadness and devastation these last few weeks!

Best wishes and good luck,
Natasha.

Alison Gibbs said...

Funny how our thoughts on life change after something like this
Alison

Concrete Jungle said...

Lovely picture warm and cosy and comforting.
All the best in the rebuild of it all! Somethings are better the second time around!

Karyn said...

Im glad to hear you havent lost everything & are able to make a choice on a possible new direction.
All the best
xx

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

God speed...to your whole city! Onward and upward, eh?

Open House LLC said...

We have all been consumed by the floods. And at a loss of how to help.

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Heidi said...

Hang in there Sister. You will know what is right for you. So relieved to know that you are ok. Heidi

Karena said...
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Karena said...

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Seagrass Interiors said...

I can't even begin to imagine what you both must be feeling. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know, no matter wha direction you end up going - it will be amazing!

Melissa

Sarah said...

So, so sorry for the loss of the physical business, but thankfully you didn't have water damage. I hope you will be able to relocate and get back on track soon! Just know that people around the world are praying for you!! We love you too! :)) xoxo

Mimi said...

It is lovely to hear you are o.k. I wish you all the success with whatever you may do. Take care Mimi x

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Dumbwit Tellher said...

You will make the best of this tragic situation I can tell by your tenacity. Sending prayers to you all for undying energy, strength and determination.

All my best,
Deb

EFT for Cancer said...

Hope everything will turn out fine.