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WITH ALL THIS PAIN, I CAN’T REMAIN – PART 1

The title of this post is a line of lyrics from my song “The Unknown.” I have not shared that song yet because it is very personal and painful for me. The words “With all this pain, I can’t remain,” relates to three things in my life: my marriage, my eyesight and my feelings about grief. Continue reading

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MY TEARS I HIDE

Grief is part of life. In an instant, we can lose something that we take for granted. Time might heal, but moves slowly when you are in pain. No one else can truly know of our pain unless they are also living with it. I do maintain hope that I will feel better soon, but at this moment I am simply putting one foot in front of the other. Continue reading

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I OPENED MY EYES AND I CLOSED THEM AGAIN

I try to stay positive, even though I often have a sensation like I have cobwebs in both my eyes. Although this is challenging, I celebrate the many beautiful things that are happening in my new life. I am thankful I can work and thrilled to be working on a wonderful illustration assignment, which is going quite well. The income will allow me to continue singing and moving forward. Continue reading

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