(Rain on the living room window)

We went from a chilly frost to a rather warm rain the past 24 hours. When I went to bed last night the rain was coming down at a steady pace which lulled me to sleep. What has been a peaceful rain for us has been wreaking havoc in the southern states. The news didn’t look good this morning.

I quit my job yesterday. My last day was supposed to be next Tuesday, but I made an executive decision and took charge of my life and this pain. Going to work has not helped me in the least. I suspect it’s been making things worse.

I knew my job was causing a lot of stress in my life. I never realized how much until I arrived home last night after a long day in the pharmacy and had this overwhelming sense of having put down a very heavy burden. I can’t begin to describe what a relief it is to know I don’t have to use every bit of energy I have to drag myself off to work anymore.

I feel as though I’ve done a major decluttering of my life. :))

Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby. ~Langston Hughes

7 Comments on “Rain”

  1. Sock Girl says:

    Beautiful image, Robin. I hope your resignation brings you peace.

  2. english nutter says:

    How do you manage to take such great pictures? Huh? Huh?

  3. Robin says:

    Thanks, sock girl. 🙂

    To my English nutter friend: I don’t know. I just point and click a few hundred times on different settings until I get one good photo. LOL!

  4. MLL says:

    Hooray for you on quitting your job!!! There are many days I wish I could do the same….but I just keep plugging along. Gotta pay those tuition bills. I don’t know what kind of pain you have (but no kind is good), but hope you can get it resolved soon.

  5. english nutter says:

    LOL! Well, I’ll keep that little snippet of information a well-kept secret then. LOL!

  6. Kel says:

    freedom bells are ringing out for you Robin
    hope you get some pain relief soon

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