The past 5 weeks have been a living hell. Honestly, some days and times I can't even remember what happened or who was around. I've prayed many times that God would please provide some peace, not just for me but for everyone grieving the loss of our precious Abby. This past Saturday I finally began to feel as though I was coming out of a fog ~ misty, cloudy, dark and depressing. Of course, the grief process is different for everyone and I know it's going to take a LOT of time, for me anyway. Of course, the longer we live, the more losses we are going to have and the healing can take a bit more time than the last event.
I have barely skimmed the surface as far as getting this new place in order. Don't misunderstand me, I'm thrilled to be here! I just haven't had the oomph, the excitement or the energy to do much. With those thoughts and feelings plus my back, it's still just "stuff" and boxes. I know it will get done, especially since I've glimpsed a bit of sunshine. If I knew where my camera was, I'd take a "real life" photo for you! :)
My thanks and appreciation to all for your notes, cards, good thoughts, prayers and emails. You just don't know how much it helps!
I'm not sure if you 'know' Leslie, my sweet friend from her blog, Gwen Moss. Click on her name and read the beautiful post that she wrote after Abby's accident. Leslie writes beautifully and shares gorgeous photos so you will be a new follower for sure! I will be sharing more of my walk, my heart and my home in the days to come. I can't thank you enough for taking the time to stop by.
I'm so grateful for ~
. dear friends and followers
. great coffee
. a tiny glimpse of healing
. a new home