My mom lost her battle with cancer on Christmas Day. The viewing was Sunday. The funeral was yesterday. The burial was today. My died of cancer on Christmas Eve five years ago. I am happy they are out of pain and united together in heaven right now. I am left with questions. What do I… Continue reading What do I want to be my legacy?
This year has not gone as planned. In August, I was shocked when my mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 Glioblastoma Cancer, a brain tumor. She had brain surgery, radiation and chemo pills. My family has visited her a few times every week since her diagnosis. She started out positive. Each week, she declined physically… Continue reading Imagining a Majestic Christmas in Heaven with Angels Singing
In the Fall, I cannot help but feel a little giddy over the changing leaves, a cappuccino (sorry Pumpkin Spiced Latte fans), sweater weather and wearing boots again. It is a joy to find pleasure in the little things and celebrate the changing of the seasons. Change can be scary, and it can be beautiful.… Continue reading Everlasting Consolation