The Invisible Woman

This made me cry. Mostbdays i feel invisible. When one is invisible, who cares? Still, i continue on with my tasks, even when i am so sick that i cannot , stand, as i was this past week. I have six beautiful adult cathedrals. Just one more to go!
Excuse all typos.I. cannot see when i post on my phone. Xoxox

Morning Story and Dilbert

It started to happen gradually¦ One day I was walking my son Jake to
school. I was holding his hand and we were about to cross the street when
the crossing guard said to him, “Who is that with you, young fella?”
“Nobody,” he shrugged.

Nobody? The crossing guard and I laughed. My son is only 5, but as we
crossed the street I thought, “Oh my goodness, nobody?”
I would walk into a room and no one would notice. I would say something to
my family – like “Turn the TV down, please” – and nothing would happen.
Nobody would get up, or even make a move for the remote. I would stand
there for a minute, and then I would say again, a little louder,
“Would someone turn the TV down?” Nothing. Just the other night my husband
and I were out at a party. We’d been there…

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5 thoughts on “The Invisible Woman

  1. Hey, I had noticed you weren’t around. That feeling of being invisible is so bloody awful isn’t it? Well you’re not completely invisible to everyone. Remember that and take care of yourself. Look forward to seeing and reading more when you’re up to it. ❤ Cate

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