A big sigh

Have you ever sat in your chair or stared out the window and just did a big sigh? I’ve been doing this frequently. I don’t know what it means. My friend passed away last week, I’ve been certainly grieving the loss, while planning the Celebration of Life (what an oxymoron)! But overall I feel disconnectedContinue reading “A big sigh”

Everyday Pieces

In the every day, I find the various pieces of my life. There has been a lot of anguish for a hurting world, but in my own space, there is grief. At times, overwhelming. I am surprised that I have managed to survive the loss of a brother and sister in just a few months.Continue reading “Everyday Pieces”

Easter Blessings

‘ This time of year brings a myriad of thoughts to Christians across the globe.  The great anguish our Lord suffered at the hands of ignorant men, the burial and the restoration. Click on this link to YouTube for Chris Tomlin’s moving rendition of the old gospel tune: “At The Cross.” May you be deeplyContinue reading “Easter Blessings”

Pieces of Loss

There are many variations of loss.  Of life, love, a health diagnosis, home, job, and whatever it is, is the most important thing to you at the time.  No one could possibly understand, even if they can relate – it’s not the same.  Sometimes we don’t want empathy as much as we want someone toContinue reading “Pieces of Loss”