Good morning Dear Ones. I saw this article this morning, themighty.com/2016/12/grief-timeline-getting-sick/ and it hit a nerve. Usually by this time of year I have made 6 kinds of candy and truffles, wrapped all the presents, and enjoyed all the church …Read More
I don’t share this story often, but it was 13 years ago that I could not celebrate Christmas. My depression had hit a new low in the spring of that year. I was an island of pain. We stopped attending …Read More
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I found this article interesting. Of course no article can cover all the ways that grief touches us, but I hope that something will speak to you. You are not alone. Hugs to you today!
“Have you ever lost someone you love
And wanted one more conversation,
One more chance to make up
For the time when you thought
They would be here forever?
If so, then you know you can go
Your whole life …
God, my spirit is longing for something more. Oh, how my heart aches
sometimes. May I walk forward secure in the certainty of heaven’s
joy-filled existence and my own eternal destination. And as I wait to go
there, may I …
Grief is like the ocean;
It comes in waves,
Ebbing and flowing.
Sometimes the water is calm,
And sometimes it is overwhelming.
All we can do is learn to swim.
~ Vicki Harrison
Love to you,
Some of the grief we feel comes from our own health concerns- cancer, diabetes, loss of a limb, fibromyalgia. The list could go on and on.
When we are first diagnosed with an illness friends and family might rally around …
Fifteen years ago today the unimaginable happened. A thing so horrible that
just the mention of it takes me back to that moment. Suddenly it was like
the world stopped spinning. Our nation was in mourning.
The news coverage was …Read More