Finding Familiar

Ther are days when nothing is familiar. Every thing feels foreign and wrong. I look in miror and want me to come back because I miss familiar. But God really does hav ever thing in His control.

My brain works diffrently now and find ways to make unfamilar familiar. It is strangly comforting to me while anoying to others i think. An ezample would be the new git up dance change. I have found many versions of the chalenge on utube. I play each of them over and over and then although it is the same song and dance, and new, I have made it a comfort. Not that I partly care for the song and dance, but serch for ways to familarize any thing.

I dont remember the books of the Bible in order so when I open my bible to read wherever and then thin of another scriptur i want to read I cant find that. I am got to find a way to do the knowing books of the Bible again, but know there must be way for that to be right.

Some times things i know i no wont come back but God, in cration, crated our brains to do amaazing. when i lose something i cant remember where iwas last to find it but then when I find it, i may not rember i ever lost it. that fact makes me smile. I enjoy finding some thing new until some one said I had it for five years. i dont want to know. i want to enjoy my new.

It takes a while some times to say what im thinking but give time and i can. if i hurry then it goes away so i no to take time to find words to say and finish. some days are easy but some days very hard for words. now is very hard for words to come to say my thinking.

Erly onset Alzhimers is not nice. it is hard and it is painful on that mind but patiets is my friend. If some one is patient to let me find words i can visit even on hard times. I am thanksful for that so much. I am finding a work round to make unfamiliar familar.

I am finding familar.

About Karla Unger

I pray this website will be a blessing on your journey with God. I love blogging and teaching a Home Bible Study in an effort to touch your heart and let you know you are not alone in your life experiences. I depend and rely on God to keep going through the struggles of life which connect all of us to our own humanity. With God ~ possibilities abound!
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3 Responses to Finding Familiar

  1. Patricia Holifield Truitt says:

    My dear Miss Texas, how I have missed you. I have all the patience in this world for you. If you do not remember me, then that is okay because I will always remember you. I will remember US. You are my sister in Christ and when I needed you most, you knew just what to say to me. I was your Miss Oklahoma, but I stay at our lakehouse in Breckinridge, Texas. I am healing. I shall always think of you with so much love in my heart. You always said..I love you, but Jesus loves you more. This I say to you now…I love you dearly, but Jesus loves you more. Always!! Patricia

  2. Karla Unger says:

    Oh Sweet Sis, I did rember you and have missed you so very very much. I’m thankful you are healing. I’m so glad to ear from you. I love you but Jesus love you more 💜

    • Patricia Truitt says:

      My dearest sister, I cried tears of joy while reading your reply. You shall remain in my heart until we meet…perhaps in heaven. I can only imagine the joy that awaits us. The Lord has taught me patience and I will wait patiently for that day to come. Meanwhile, I am sending you cyber hugs. I love you dearly!

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