Prepositions relate a noun or pronoun to another word.
About - losing it
After - hearing a procedure I was having done wasn't necessary
Against - baring anything more than my soul in public
At - the Radiology department
Between - the morning dentist appointment and a Friday hot soak in the bath
Beyond - the ability to "think" my way into a new feeling
Down - for the count when I finally snapped
Except - for the haven of the changing room closet
From - the desire to simply cry it all out
Near - to the heart of God
Out - of the well I climbed
To - the technician I apologized
Underneath - the weight of it all
Until - that moment I was unaware I still claimed some control
Up - from my shoulders He lifted it
With - the skill of a love-laborer
Within - He restored the peace
Without - which I could not stand
Practicing thanksgiving is the key ... but I am still practicing, not performing. Practice, practice, practice.
"...all things were created by him and for him. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together." Col. 1:16-17
Have a wonderful weekend, Favored One. I'm thankful for you.