My younger son (not pictured above) went through a stage where he cried ~ a lot! Things just got to his little heart and he just broke down in tears. I remember when this stage happened because it felt like he cried daily (which he probably did) and everyone in our family was getting aggravated with him, including me. But then one day I asked him why he cried so much and he simply said, “It feels good,” and I immediately understood. Sometimes for me, it just feels good to have a good ol’ cry. Not a cry of personal pain, just a good cry to clean out the tear ducts.
Have you ever just cried?
I love to watch all types of movies, but some of my favs are the ones which make me cry no matter how many times I watch them. I thought I’d list them but I can’t think of any except Steel Magnolias which is one that I first saw in the movie theater with my Mom. I laughed, I cried and I loved along with all of the characters. Titanic is also a good tearduct cleaner as is Gone With the Wind for me. All of which I’ve seen numerous times. Schindler’s List is another which brings out the tissues.
My husband just doesn’t understand why I would watch and rewatch these movies when they come on HBO. Why would I endure the sadness when I adore being happy?
Why you ask? Well, sometimes it just feels good to get out of my skin and into the mind of another ~ understand and empathize with their issues ~ connect, cry and then return to my own life. Refreshed as it were ~ ready to meet my next challenge.
When was the last time you were moved to tears? You know that I just cried the other day when I had the MRI/MRA tests because I wrote about it here! which by the way, came back as normal as they can so that’s good news. Yup, I cried when they came back normal too! Guess the tearducts needed a really good wash out!
Daily Prompt: Moved to Tears
Describe the last time you were moved to tears by something beautiful.