Loss is fighting with your husband then he suddenly dies and you can never tell him how sorry you are. Not long after there is a phone call telling you to sit down before you hear the news, your younger brother has been in a serious accident. He pulls through after weeks of uncertainty whileContinue reading “Loss”
Preying on anyone who is vulnerable, isolated, hurting, weak, and scared will come back to you ten fold. That’s not going to be fun no matter what your material gain. Anyone in my life who is like that, I know one day, no matter how long it takes, every atom of pain you cause comesContinue reading “Hurt”
A quiet day at home, sun is shining. Thank you to my friend who commented on my facebook, remembering Robin. 🙂
I believe it all comes together, the questions, the why’s, the desires, the understanding, healing, all leads to one conclusion. It really is all about love. Learning to love, to be sensitive, to care and to feel for others.My past mistakes have motivated me to find reasons, to change, to heal.
It’s been a few days. Seems after an intensely motivational weekend things pick up speed! I really feel good about the changes in my outlook and am optimistic. After so many years of struggling with guilt, grief, fear, depression, loss, isolation, I am happy to feel like there is a sunny day to come.
I live in the BEAUTIFUL Comox Valley. Mountains, rivers, ocean, valleys, music, art, and a small community of good people(mostly)!!! This is a perfect place for creative, nature loving people. It is quiet, safe and beauty surrounds you.
Geoff, my brother, I’m so happy you are who you are! I’m thinking of you. Jacynth, I hope to see you guys soon love you lots. Calgary seems like a well organized city, love the Trains! The speaker Doug Nelson, was so inspiring, and I thought of you Geoff, as he had to regain hisContinue reading “Hi”
On my way to Calgary today. And now I am in Calgary. Thank you to a fellow traveller and native Calgarian, for giving me directions on the transit system. Thank you to Jules for so kindly meeting me and offering me a place to stay.
To continue, I don’t think my friend really knew what he was getting into. And I thought he might be a little more sensitive, but Xmas morning came and he seemed to be expecting me to go home as soon as I woke up. Oh well, that’s my life. Sometimes it’s as cold and greyContinue reading “Continued:”