Author Sharon Dunn & Don’t Kick Yourself When You’re Down — 2 Comments

  1. Valri, so glad to hear you like books about Montana. I love living in MT though as I get older I understand why so many Montanians go south for the winter. So sorry to hear about your chronic pain. There is nothing to forgive though. You did not get sick on purpose. I don’t know why you have to go through this anymore than I know why my hubby has cancer. I just know it makes everything more precious– every conversation, every meal together, every shared joke. Where ever you are at. I hope you have the chance to feel the sun on your face and know that God is with you in the pain and the confusion.

  2. Enjoyed your post, Sharon! Your book looks great! Anything about Montana I read. We lived in Montana for 4 years and I loved it. Such a pretty state. I think we have all have done things we regret and we could “do over” but that’s a fact of life – how we learn to be better people! I have lots of health problems and sometimes it’s very hard to “forgive” myself for being in bed part of the day when I’ve always been super active but I know it’s because I’m in a lot of pain & I know it’s just a new part of my life now! It’s HARD to accept new changes in your life!!!!

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