When You’ve Done All You Can Do

When You’ve Done All You Can Do

When you’ve done all you can do,
when you know you’re through.

You have to know when it’s time to go.

You have to know,
know when they don’t want you no mo,
you have to know when to go.

I’m gone.

Patty L. Fletcher

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

6 Comments

  1. Tasha Halpert Reply
    May 24, 2024

    Please let whatever is, go. It’s the stress speaking. You are special and have done wonderful things for many. All blessings, blessed be, your friend, Tasha

    1. Thanks so much for your kindness.
      It’s much needed today.
      I accidently hurt someone I hold dear.
      And I managed to do it in public.
      Sometimes it’s just seriously hard to be me.
      I’m working on letting it go.
      Thanks.

      1. Tasha Halpert Reply
        May 24, 2024

        Harmony and blessings, with prayers, Life helps us learn, and the only bad mistakes are the ones we do not learn from, or so it is sai. Hugs, Tasha

    2. Hi, things have returned to normal for my Friend and I and I cannot worry about the rest. It has nothing to do with them. They need to keep their nose on their face.
      Drama seekers will move on because there’s no drama here.
      It’s all good in the hood.
      Thanks so much for helping me through that hideous day.

  2. Well, my friend and I did talk. We settled things and all is well between us as far as I’m aware, but it remains to be seen what public opinion is and we’ll just see how it goes.

  3. Tasha Halpert Reply
    May 25, 2024

    I learned that whatever people see and react to has more to do with how they think and feel than anything else, and you’ve such a good track record I believe you’ll be fine. Fond wishes, Tasha

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