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Jennifer Lantz
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My other children need me. I need to help others. And most importantly i believe it would hurt Erica if I gave up. I’m a recovering addict I’ve been sober 5 years and I do not want Erica to feel like she destroyed everything we were working so hard for.

Brenda
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My Angel made me promise him that I will keep believing in God. He made me promised I will finish nursing school and to do what I do best, care for people. He told me that this is temporary that we all will eventually will go home-home. I pray a lot and I can feel my earthly angels praying for me. What gets me out of bed every day…my beautiful boy Angel.

Patricia Lopez
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Lots of days I don’t. I have no desire to do much anymore.

Gayle
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I have a horse that I feed and love so very much. I’m accountable to him and he’s a great listener.
I swear he’d hug me back if he could.
After Cody passed my horse actually put his head over my shoulder and pulled me close…..into a hug. I just cried into him.
I should change his name to therapist.
I do understand why Jesus is coming back on a horse…and I’ll give him mine.

mary
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Prayer prayer and more prayer

Jennifer Pond
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my quiet time alone with the Lord.

Amy
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My other kids.

Teresa Whitaker
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Life, I still have my grandbabies.

Sherri
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Work

Sarah
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My dogs, cats, rabbit and my tortoise. They need me.

Kathy Thorpe Bartlett
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Kathy Thorpe Bartlett

My youngest son , he is 28 years old , he was with his brother underground the night the fatality happened.

suzanne slates
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I have to. I have a precious 10 year old daughter who needs me. I have a husband, who I have not been good to since Alex died. We just don’t communicate anymore. I get up @ 5:00 every morning, if I have a sub job, I get ready, I get our dog out, brushed, and give her a treat, feed him, dry dishes in the dishwasher if need be, run a load of was if need be, then read my devotional for the day, the watch Joyce Meyer @ 6:00. My husband leave @ 6:30, then I call my… Read more »
Keilah McDonald
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The thing I have learned most in this path I have been placed on is “Life Goes On” and the “Sun Will Come Up in the Morning.” You can’t stop these things so I get out of bed after I find something to smile about. Then I always find at least one thing I can do to make someone’s life better every day. I know that’s what my loved ones would want me to keep doing and God always gives me strength when I think I want to give up.

Laurie Lattin
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I work for income to support a lovely condo on the beach. I tried for almost 5 years to stay in the home where we lived with Drew. Ultimately, I could not stay there…I felt so sad living with the memories of his suffering. So, I “ran” to my peaceful place…the beach. I love it here. I wish Drew were living here with us. I know he would have loved it! I believe he comes here to be around us. At least the heavy daily sadness of his loss is not the same here. I am not sure whether this… Read more »
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