Does the Weeping Ever End?

Does the Weeping Ever End?

Here one moment, gone the next. Nothing could prepare, no making sense of this. A future cut short. Too close. Too soon. Does the weeping ever end? All that’s left are memories. Impressions. An essence of being, merely a reflection. As if the moon could truly capture...
Time

Time

Time. Passing slowly. Come so far. And yet. Will we ever make it? Will it ever come? Soon is relative. The work feels fruitless. Worn down. Worn out. The unknown creeping to control. If only we could see… What is coming. How much further. Closer than we think. But...
Taking Care of Me

Taking Care of Me

Let’s get real. Yesterday was not a good day for me. Each one of my family members was grumpy and irritable. None of us were getting our needs met. Not for lack of trying. Things just were not working out. And at the end of the day, my husband and I both went to sleep...
Overlooked

Overlooked

It is hard for me to watch interactions between parents and their kids. Far too often, I see such a disconnect. Kids who aren’t getting their needs met, growing louder and stronger, begging for love in the most unloving of ways. Parents who aren’t getting their needs...
You.

You.

There are times in this life when you feel trapped. Helpless. Hopeless. Stuck in the everyday. So much you can’t control. Wondering. Worrying. And then you breathe. Take it in. Let it permeate your being. Feel the life flowing within your body. Powerful. Prevalent....

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