Love risked is always fraught with fear and doubt, but love found fills the heart with joy. When we discover this connection, when we hold this joy, life shimmers and vibrates.... continue reading.
Having recently lost my husband and experiencing grief without bounds, I know intimately the hangover of a night full of tears. Grief has called me on a regular basis over the past year, arriving in waves that stun in their intensity one day and leave a dull ache the next.... continue reading.
I was once told that I handled my husbands death and the 40 days preceding his death with grace and dignity. While I am grateful that I appeared to be strong, in reality my heart and emotions had frozen over, leaving me an empty shell.... continue reading.
Love is offered as a gift. It need never be earned, nor deserved. Its freely given in hopes that it will be received, then cherished and respected; given in the hopes that its returned, freely and openly. Love is a precious thing.... continue reading.