“Dear friend, I felt it shelter to speak to you.” ~Emily Dickinson
It is our family and friends who matter and who are there for us.
Just as important is to be there for them.
I am trying not to talk so much and give others a chance to speak.
I am trying not to talk so much so that I can free my mind and just be.
Both of these are hard for me.
Practice, practice, practice.
I felt it shelter to speak to you. ~Emily Dickinson
Thank you, my friends, for your kind and loving words at the death of my daughter-in-law.
I read them all and was comforted by them.
They were a shelter, a safe place to grieve.
Thank you for being with me.
I feel so helpless. I can’t do anything about my daughter-in-law’s cancer other than pray and be there for her, my son and their toddler. Continue reading “My heart is heavy” →
Cards, bath salts, flowers, chocolate, cookies, walks, lunches, notes, phone calls.
Hugs. Lots of hugs.
Continue reading “Kindness” →
Tomorrow is a big day for Mabel.
She takes her first plane trip.
She’s off to Houston and MD Anderson with her Mom and Dad.
Fingers crossed for success for her Mom’s treatment.
Continue reading “Day 8” →