He dialed her number. Continue reading
You’re going to feel a little lost for awhile
and that’s okay
you have no where you need to be. Continue reading
I know it breaks your heart to see me like this.
Such a mess. Continue reading
I hear the wind chimes,
dancing and playing in the wind,
Their song soothes my soul.
Condolences – an expression of sorrow and sympathy, usually to somebody who is grieving over a death.
“I’ve got to go now.
There are lessons you
and must learn
when I’m gone.
It’s time for you to grow.
But it will be alright, child,
it will be alright.
You will be alright, child,
you will be alright.”
A little Flashback Friday today. Here is a video I made a few years ago for Mother’s Day.
Lean in closer,
and listen for the sweet refrain of love.
just joined the heavenly chorus above.
She stood up slowly and started to speak. Her voice was as weak as her body. Fear probably bubbled close to the surface but she fought it with hope. Surely, she was going to get better. Her time could not be running out.
Originally posted December 17, 2011
This is completely a work of fiction based on my own thoughts. Its intent is to bring comfort on the big What If… I consider it to be made of 88% speculation and 12% hope. Or maybe it’s the other way around? Be warned – it’s quite lengthy. I guess I’ve got a lot of speculating to do.