Too Much Going on This Week

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Lots of things happened this week disrupting my normal schedule, making it difficult to write on the topics I have prepared. So, instead I will just talk about what has happened this week.

First, my website revamp plan on took a big hit when the site designer chose to quit. I was left with a partially completed new site that still takes a lot more work to complete. Hence I have to scramble to find someone else to take on the task. I may as well scrap the partially done design with a completely new one. We’ll see.

Second, a friend from Germany came to Toronto suddenly looking for my late girlfriend. I did not know how to deliver the news to him. Talking about the past is something that still triggers my suppressed emotions. And that this was happening over the Valentine’s week did not help either.

Third, a good friend of mine was served divorce notice by her husband. It is expected all along but choosing this week to deliver the notice is some statement. Talking about evil intentions, this is a prime example how some people’s integrity can be way below average.

Too many things happening at the same time.

2 Replies to “Too Much Going on This Week”

  1. Hi Lawrence,

    Sorry to hear about your disastrous week. I may be able to help you out with your website problem. I am a part time web developer here in Pennsylvania and a forex trader. My charting platform is one that you are familiar with as you created it. You and I go way back to the early days of TQ around 2002 or so. If you wish to contact me outside of the public square feel free to send me an email.

    I was so sorry to hear about your loss. I was speaking with a woman the other day and she was telling me about how her sister was the caregiver for their mother and that it has taken her sister five years to work through the grief that was the loss of their mother.

    We are all different and we all process our emotions differently and that is what makes us unique. We the caregivers get a pass on all of this because we were the closest and interrupted our lives and gave of ourselves to comfort a loved one in need. This does not make us any better or worse than anyone else, it just takes us longer to heal. Life will never be the same for us but hopefully we all have a better understanding of what is important in life and what is not.

    All The Best to You My Friend,

    Scott Schafer

  2. Scott, it’s been a long time! I have already contacted someone to take over the website revision project so it is all good. Life after losing the most important person in my life has been very complicated. Forcing myself to stay busy with work and other things helps. People often say time will heal everything, but it can be a very very long time. Thank you for your kind words. Best! Lawrence

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