I'm an abuse survivor and blog for others who suffered, helping you grow in wisdom and change your life. I overcame adverse childhood experiences by walking in faith and caring for the elderly and physically challenged for more than twenty years.
Grieving the death of a loved one is difficult, and the process is different for everyone. Some mourn for extended periods, while others recover from their loss, move forward. And some, like myself, build emotional walls to block the painful feelings altogether.
No matter your circumstance.
The Lord knows the pain you’re going through. He understands the inner turmoil and knows what’s troubling you. He grasps as each day passes; the pain comes and quickly fades for a moment.
Your mind becomes filled with reflections from the past. Thoughts bringing you joyous moments from a time now passed or sad and troublesome moments on which you dwell.
The real story about the meaning of unconditional love. Dedicated in loving memory to Edith M Carleton (the photo is of our parents on their wedding day).
I’m at a loss for words tonight. My baby sister (Liz) called earlier in tears to tell me our Mother passed away on July 5, 2015. That was five days ago, no one informed us of her passing. Her memorial service was on Thursday, July 9th, 2015.