Things now may feel completely out of our control. It’s a frightening place to be. But it’s also a place where we can take stock. Reflect. Determine to live a different way.
While ‘should’ doesn’t allow me to make mistakes, ‘could’ helps me to understand that I am human.
‘Human hearts are like wet cement- how you treat them will leave a lasting impression.’
When disaster strikes, look for the helpers. And watch them light up the dark.
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This little poem is for every parent who feels they can never get things ‘just right.’ There might be a reason for that…
Can you look back to a time in your life when a painful event opened a wound that has never quite closed?
This one’s for you!
Loss is never ‘gone for good’ or ‘left without a trace.’ There are footprints in our hearts and lives and memories with a face.
I know I’ll be making tomato on toast Bill’s way for many more years to come. To love and to cherish, from this day forward.