For most of my loved one passed sickness I cared for him at our home, to have him in our presence was a gift to our hearts. After all when looking to a terminal illness time is of a huge value to everyone involved. His sickness was of a great shock to our life, the fact it happened really quick is some what the reasons I still question so many of things, understanding there is no answers to everything I…
My I suggest, take your feelings, sorrow and joy to your locale church, reach out to those who are "single again" for what ever reason, there single, young, (like you) middle age or older, there "Single" usually an area most churches look over.
Remember there's singles that spend holiday's by there self, they sit with memories of laughter, sorrow, and joy now they sit alone.It might be theres no families members around, it might be they have family, but for some reason, they don't understand or reach out to the single member . God has designed a path for each of us, I ask you to remember the person down the street or across the city there's a "single again" person thats asking there self,why? Many churches and parts of society don't have good support system for "single again" individuals. I call it the voices of the underground society..that needs to be heard, Were connecting here, but how many others out there that have no voice, no conncetion and could that person be sitting right next to you in church, at your employers. Remember God has reason for lessons to shared, ..Blessings.
Tonya you have a gift for writting with such feeling, true emotion. Feelings I too, faced with my husband passing, the dark days of walking the hall,sleeplest nights watching my mother pass, before my eyes and couldn't do a things to stop this action, or as youth my father fade away. But doing this journey's of why's, pain and sorrow, I found the enter strengh that I never knew, new person within the person, the gifts each gave me. In time I removed the layers of wrapping that was tightly sealed and allowed my self to discover the new me. The new me that others help prepared and guilded for me.
I wish you and your daughter the best in your new journey facing each adventure with joy, not sadness,
Welcome to our little group in will be a joy reading your postings.
Hi Tonya. I was widowed a couple of years ago and now live in the city as well. I'm in Calgary, was wondering which city you were in. Maybe we can be friends, if only I could remember how to add friends.
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