Facebook decided to show me this memory from 2 years ago. That was when I lost the composure I was holding onto all day. I cried and said aloud, “Daddy, I miss you so much”. Yes. I still called him Daddy. And I would kiss him on the cheek and give him a hug, even though I might see him 3 times a day, or … Continue reading Miss you, Daddy.
I had a reading done, and I asked what I needed to do regarding a particular situation. The reader said, “forgiveness” then flipped a card that said exactly that. I thought, but I have forgiven… I know that I am still working through the hurt, but I’m not holding onto it. Emotions come in waves, and I acknowledge them and let them flow. I didn’t … Continue reading Forgiveness
I’ve always thought it’s pretty amazing that if babies have a boring day, that they will dream interesting and stimulating things to make up for it. Just because the world isn’t providing them with what they need for development, doesn’t mean the brain is going to create it itself. Our subconscious minds are incredibly powerful. Also, think about the potential behind that concept, our minds … Continue reading Dreams
I had been thinking about stones and wanting to find something meaningful to put at my dad’s grave. There weren’t really physical things between us, it was never about the stuff, but what the stuff represented… The opportunity to go to this fair had arisen, and I wanted to check it out. Before I went, I had a dream about placing stones on my dad’s … Continue reading Meaningful things
“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default.” – J.K. Rowling After conversing with my sister in law earlier to day, I was contemplating something that I shared with her that someone else said that upset me. They had deemed something … Continue reading failure.