If you've followed my journey, or you're just that bored with your own life, then you'll know that my daughters and I have been through some major changes in the last 6 months.
For those that have prayed, I say thank you, to those that have talked, well, thank you too.
I am now living in Minnesota full time after being in Oregon on a rather interesting 4-month adventure (I will leave those details private).
It feels good to be home.
They say that change imposed is change opposed, in most cases that is likely true, but not mine. I saw an opportunity to correct a major mistake, and take back my life. It reinforces my belief in God's providence.
I am starting a new job on Monday, looking for a new home, and reconnecting with friends and family. I have to tell you that I feel better than I have in a long time.
After Cally’s death, it was the most difficult season of my life. I had lost my best friend and had to deal with the grief, trauma, and tragic fallout of a bereaved and bewildered family.
In my grief, I made regrettable choices, but those choices have been transformed into lessons learned. I think it's important to be a student with your own experiences so you can learn and grow from your mistakes.
As I put the past behind me, and embrace the life in front of me, I am feeling optimistic, and hopeful about the healing work the Spirit is orchestrating in me.
I am grateful for the many friends who have offered me a listening ear, and offered their sage advice. I love you and appreciate you.
Today I know:
I just want to say thank you to everyone who is praying for me, and showing me grace while I grieve.
I send my love.