What a beautiful sunny day today. Well at least that’s what it is starting out like. The weatherman is calling for rain and snow showers later in the day, but for now I will try and soak up as much of the sun shine through the office windows as I possibly can. This afternoon, two countries adding up to millions of people will be glued to the T.V to watch the final game of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Canada is looking to bring home the gold in The Men’s Ice Hockey event, but the battle lines have been drawn since the American Men’s Hockey team is fighting for the same bragging rights. I do have to say with great pride that Canada has done excellent and represented our country well over the last 2 weeks. I’m not much of a hockey fan, but I will join in with the rest of my country and scream…..GOOOOOOO CANADA GOOOOOOOOO!
The last week has been an up and down battle of emotions for me. I have blogged about burning old bridges and building new ones but sometimes, no matter how hard we try, some bridges refuse to be taken down and it’s not because I refuse to let something go. In fact, it’s the complete opposite. I came to terms and dealt with my emotions and placed the memories in a safe place where I can easily smile and say I am ok with the way things turned out. I’m not saying I agreed nor am I saying it was the right thing to do, but I came to terms with things and survived. Then I received a call that just about blew my big girl panties right off my backside. To say I was speechless was an understatement. Hell I can’t even think of a word that can describe it. Anyway….. I have been trying to deal with old doubts, mistrust and many more emotions, but on the other hand, I am also thankful that I didn’t completely burn this bridge to the ground. Maybe this bridge wasn’t meant to be burned. Maybe it just needed a bit of construction, or maybe it is a test of the strength I have inside myself, who knows.