My ways…

…are higher declares the Lord Isaiah 55:8-9

Monthly Archives: February, 2013

Acceptance

the fifth stage of grief.  I’ve actually mocked the “stages” of grief.  When I first read them I actually laughed “you’ve got to be kidding me, there’s a ‘to do list’ for grieving?”  How convenient….for those not grieving.   If you do a little research this is a theory particular to our culture and has …

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There is a deep silence……

that comes with losing your spouse.  It matters not if you are standing in a room full of people or in the kitchen with all your kids friends.  It’s there, always there. It’s that quiet that comes when you don’t have that person whispering something funny, or a compliment in your ear. It’s the absence …

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A Grief Observed

I know grief is something I have to do.   But that doesn’t make me welcome it. at. all.  I hate how it permeates every part of my life.    I hate how it lasts so long.  I hate how it can take a day that starts out okay and turn it into a painful …

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