Today, I choose to dig into my work and mourn no more.
Today I do the Nevender, work through your pain; fueled by Hope.

I am choosing to focus on the surety that the bible harbours no deceit. That it’s the only book that promises and fulfils. The bible is So Sure of it’self that it stands on high authority notifying us of an eternity we deserve.

So Sure, it will never link is the Hope I have in the driver’s seat for today’s work assignments and meetings. It is the same force I have towards the completion of the client’s book project that Joel (RIP) had partnered on with me


So Sure Pads Logo. Photo Credit: So Sure Twitter handle

Just like the promise of a pad during menstruation, I am wearing my shield of protection against any keys to tear gates, to anxiety and depression. I am padded up against any emotional linkages.


The promise of a new day, new way, new aims and thought processes in upon me.  Like using a reusable pad, I am revisiting my Julie Muffin (RIP) mourning archives to empower my forward movement.  They need an upgrade, the techniques but they were effective then. Mostly because Joel was present and he cushioned me from many emotions.

I will find an upgrade from the irritating and bruising to the soft and comfortable one. It will be like shifting from disposable pads to reusable ones. Yes, there is all the blood washing problems but who said upgrades are problem free.  Either the bruising or the washing, the cheap alternative of 2 pads for 6 months or a year for some, or the expensive 10 and above per 2 months.

All in all, today I am So Sure hope will never end.

Patricia Kahill

is a Social Media, Content Creator and Marketer at Kahill Insights. A Development Practitioner who has no self talent but is driven by curiosity and passion; in a nutshell she is a Multipotentialite. She believes in God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit which makes her a Christian.

2 thoughts on “So Sure, Hope Never Ends!”

  1. I am not sure about reusable pads mostly because I always cry on Day 2 at the sight of all that blood (LOL! TMI, i know…) but what I do love is ‘do the Nevender, work through your pain; fueled by Hope’.

    Let Nevender become our verb – part of our English and action.

    Also, I see what you did at the end there…

    1. hehe, you know so well.
      Nevender is going to be part of my English from now on.

      Nevender, an effect to mean working through pain, fueled by hope.
      I am nevendering because tomorrow is another day.
      If it wasn’t for my nevender, I would have given up already.
      Life without the nevender effect is not a life at all.

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