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"Five Months Later"

Five months later, and you’re still dead
As if it were still funny, still fresh, still new
Five months later, and the demons have spread… 87 more words

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the truest pieces

It’s the first day of October, and Georgia somehow finally got the message. I grabbed a sweater and a full cup of coffee as I took the dog out this morning. 1,019 more words

Divorce

The World Keeps Turning

Perhaps the greatest awakening, was when I looked within your eyes.
I saw the soul, the world around, I’m not angered by all the lies. 112 more words

Personal

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Pieces of my heart are scattered on the floor of this old house. I stand outside, waiting for a sign to enter. I can’t help but wonder what I will find on the other side of the door. 374 more words

Personal

I love Jesus, but I Cuss a Little

When I was young, I was a very good girl. I couldn’t even say ‘jerk’ without feeling the sting of conviction. Anything that felt bad rolling off my tongue kept itself tucked in good’n’tight.  1,306 more words

Relationships

Radio interview

Saturday 1st October

Well, today was a first for me, doing something I had not done before…..

I was interviewed by our local BBC radio station: raising awareness of testicular cancer, and promoting our charity event, taking place a week today. 335 more words

Cancer

On Grief and Writing

So take a pen to your grief.
Every word you write pours salve and healing on your wounds, whether fresh or distant.
There’s little you can do regarding the trials we endure. 160 more words

Teen Parenting