Good Friday

Death hurts. Heaven doesn’t have visiting hours. No one is exempt of it. Death happens. It brings pain. When Jesus does there was pain. He experienced pain beyond words. His family started the grief process. His followers were confused. Crushed.  They killed Him.  At least that’s what it looked like but truth is that Jesus gave … More Good Friday

I Won’t be Back

It’s been four months. Four months since I got the call to say goodbye to my dad. 4 months since I waited to hear that final breath from my grandpa. 4 months since both of their battles with cancer came to a close. Death and grief have brought a lot of things in and out … More I Won’t be Back

Buried Treasure

 “Pour it out” He gently lifted His hands showing me He’d catch whatever was of value from the heavy bucket I had been carrying.  “But– it’s so full. I don’t want it to be empty again. This is who I am.” I protested  “Yes it is full but what is it full of. Pour it … More Buried Treasure

Graced Grief 

It’s been two months. Two months of chaotic thinking, anxiety, grief, darkness. Two months since I said goodbye. Two months since grief has been an everyday process. Two months of learning how to live without a father and grandfather. Two months of battles. Two months of hugs. Two months of waking up randomly and crying. … More Graced Grief 

Good Grief 

Grief is a funny thing. I’ve been told that everyone grieves differently. Before this year the only thing I had grieved that I had to say a complete goodbye to has been pets. I remember my dog Levi dying 5 years ago and I was completely depressed. Most of my friends didn’t understand why I … More Good Grief 

His and Hers

I’ve always heard the saying there are plenty of fish in the sea. But what happens when the sea water becomes murky and toxic because of the litter in the filth that the outside world is pouring into it? The fish have to become affected by it right? In this dirty world there’s so much … More His and Hers