Tag Archives: hope for healing
When I found healing decades later, I was able to embrace my sad memories and discover insights from them. Continue reading →
I was excited to record my guitar on my patio for this post. My music continues to heal me. Continue reading →
I am blessed with incredible friends. When a good friend would visit, I was distracted from sobbing my heart out. All the visits, meals, gifts, flowers, love and kindness were beyond anything I could have ever imagined.
In a few days, I will go back to see the foot doctor. I am praying and anticipating that I’ll be allowed to take my first steps again.
It’s all about those baby steps . . . Continue reading →
I slid into my chair and tuned the guitar carefully. I began when it was still dark and delicately fingerpicked in my quiet bedroom. I felt the guitar notes flowing from my heart. My body actually was tingling as I played. Continue reading →
Recently, I performed “Healing Song” and was pleased with how I played it that night. I took my time and allowed myself to linger over the many sweet passages. I expressed my feelings with every note. Healing is a very inspiring. If I look for it, I see it all around me. Continue reading →
When my book became available two days before Mother’s Day, I eagerly shared the news. And then the reality of it all hit me. I put my head down on my desk and cried. They were tears of sorrow, tears of joy, and tears of healing. Continue reading →
Today it is 25 years since the horrible day when I saw my child dead on October 6, 1992. I will never forget that image or the trauma. But all these years later, I am peaceful. Continue reading →
Our time together and this memory was something we would carry with us for the rest of our lives. And when I came home I was ready to get right back where I left off – creating new musical arrangements and singing my heart out. Continue reading →
I believe everyone has his or her own lonely path to follow with grief. I consider it to be a lifelong journey that led me somewhere else; never back to the place I was in before it happened. I used to mourn that, but now I accept it. Continue reading →
Yesterday was Jason’s birthday. He only lived five years, but he remains forever in my heart. Continue reading →