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What Losses Are Happening In Your World?
Things that shouldn’t happen happened multiple times this week. Reading the paper you understand the tragedies occurring throughout the world, the unrest within our communities and the turmoil within people’s lives. These are the life-changing stories that took place in … Continue reading
Posted in death, Friends, Grief, grieving, Life's Losses, Loss of a child, Loss of a job, Loss of a spouse, My story, support Tagged child's death, death, emotions, empathy, funeral, grief, healing, hugs, lob loss, losses, prayer, spouses' deaths, support 3 Comments
God’s work amongst the ashes – Part III
I am living on Simma’s cheesecake – interesting, since I never liked cheesecake before now. The combination of chocolate, vanilla and raspberry filling seems to be the only things that slide down my throat without coming back up. I don’t even feel guilty, … Continue reading
Posted in My story Tagged accidents, alone, beginning, children, condolences, die, empathy, foundation, friendship, meeting, Simma's cheesecake, spouses' deaths, stories, sympathy, zombie-like state Leave a comment