Imagine your life arriving at a place where you felt so alive, thankful and silly happy. Maybe it was your wedding or when your child or grandchild was born, or when you won your battle with cancer.
Imagine your life arriving at a place where you felt shock, sadness from your loved one’s sudden death. Confusion & frustration try to unravel you.
Now, imagine an unexpected collision of happiness & sorrow. It is a perfect storm that will demand you to choose to adapt to life’s changes or submit to living life in chains.
The passage through grief is unique to each person. I am fully aware of every stage and allow myself to feel the raw emotions and spontaneous tears.
The responsibilities following death of our loved ones is a full time job that no one interviews for yet somehow lands.
Every day I’m one step closer to accomplishing the goal in getting fired from this “job”.
Because of that, I’m a bit slow at returning to full speed ahead and apologize in advance for my delay in response or action.
To those of you who viewed my LIVE video on FB, thank you for sharing such a vulnerable moment with David and I. Mom was finally understanding the power of social media and her daughter’s role in it … I’m certain she is smiling and scratching her head at how these videos can reach so many people who took the time to encourage, pray and share their heart.
Life does not end. Life changes. Love remains.