Tag Archives: No Words

SOMETIMES THERE ARE NO WORDS – PART 3

There are no words to describe the love I feel for my children. And there truly are no words that adequately describe the pain of losing a child. Continue reading

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NO WORDS – PART 2

Sometimes, just like my song’s title – there are no words. Perhaps my lesson is that the next time I’m angry, “no words” might be better. Continue reading

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YOU TRULY ARE MY BUTTERFLY

I no longer see my children as a means of healing my broken heart. I want to see them fly like butterflies! Their transformation has been gradual but tremendous. 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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