Reflecting Back On Year Two Since My Husband’s Death

I’ve had a lot on my mind (although I always do...hello, constant thinker here) and thought I would share some things. It’s a new year and in less than two months it’ll be the two year anniversary of losing Erik. I wrote about my first year and all the “firsts” and now I’m going to … Continue reading Reflecting Back On Year Two Since My Husband’s Death

What You Learn When You See People for What They Truly Are

There is a lot going on in our country right now, lots of division and lots of hate. I was sitting here thinking about it and trying to make sense of it, I can't. It made me think of my work place. I work with a group of women, all from different backgrounds, different races, … Continue reading What You Learn When You See People for What They Truly Are

A Beautiful Ride on the Road to Overcoming Challenge

I've been thinking about something for a little while now. A thought crossed my mind..."What would people remember about my life, and me, should I die tomorrow?" I've been pondering this thought for some time. If someone had to put the story of my life in a category, what would they choose? Would my life … Continue reading A Beautiful Ride on the Road to Overcoming Challenge

I’m Different Now – How Grief Changes You

Well, it's been too long since I posted last. Sometimes I'm not sure what to even say. That I miss my husband? Yep, still do. That I'm lonely? And not just a normal kind of lonely but a lonely deep in your bones that only having your spouse back could heal? Yep, I feel that … Continue reading I’m Different Now – How Grief Changes You