One of the hardest things I’ve realized from losing someone I love to death (literally to death) is you don’t figure out a way to get past it or get over the loss. The loss is insurmountable. You just have to figure out a way to live with it.
Figuring out how to do that, I am starting to suspect, takes a lifetime.
Little by little, I felt myself ease into a new unexplored aspect of my personality, one that could relax… the good old “do unto others as you would have others do unto you,”. I felt my old ways leave me.
That was good, right?
It’s 10/26/13 (End Sex Trafficking Day) and here is The Final Amount Raised. All organizations will receive their $5,000 to put towards their anti-human trafficking work and we have money … Continue reading
A huge proportion of the women I know enough to talk with about it have survived an attempted or completed rape. None of them was raped by a stranger who…
The band at the jazz lab in Oklahoma breaks into a great rendition of “Dock of the Bay” and it takes me back, instantly, to so many different moments in … Continue reading
My fourth and final post is up at SPRING. I have had such a great time writing for this site/women and ruminating on the importance of generosity and giving. It’s … Continue reading
Third guest post is up at Spring! This time next week it will be Thanksgiving- and I will be in AMERICA.
Second guest post is up at SPRING! I talk about embarking, journeys and figuring out if you are who you want to be. Click here to read
A few weeks ago I mentioned I’d be guest blogger for a site called Spring- Inspiration in Bloom. My good friend Michelle Ward had contacted me about blogging. She and … Continue reading