Write Your Own Story

By Cathy DiBella *Watch this video first or this blog will not make sense.” Let me say right here – this blog is NOT about losing weight or eating healthy. I’m just using the commercial to make a point. I promise. The whole point of this blog is what comes...

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I Can’t See

By Mary Ellen Collins I can’t see. Rain pouring down in buckets. Cats and dogs! Think I will take the long way home. Slower, but not as much traffic. Probably easier than the speed-crazed interstates. I don’t know that I have seen this much darkness and rain. The dark envelopes...

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Journey To Forever

By: Cestiny Beuerlein (Guest Blogger) This poem was written in a time that I was fully facing the internal struggle of believing the lie about my identity or finding my way to the truth of who I am in Christ! Thank you for reading. The person inside Is trying to...

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The Voice That I Miss The Most

By: Julie Thompson It’s been 10 years since I’ve heard her voice. A voice that consistently spoke words of love and encouragement into my life. A voice that I didn’t realize how much I would miss until I couldn’t hear it anymore. 10 years later, I’m still learning how to...

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Getting Out

By: Marisa Saenz (Guest Blogger) When I was younger, I remember the times when my mom would gather all my sisters and I up and head out for a drive. We had no idea where our mom was taking us, all we knew was that it was going to be...

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A New Look at 2019 Goals – It’s All About Me!

By: Mary Ellen Collins I think the New Year really starts in March.  They changed the calendar; did you get the memo? I know, I know, January is a distant memory and February is almost over.  And I am just writing about the New Year.  What is the old saying about being late? ...

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Anniversary – It’s Just Another Day, Right?

By: Marisa Saenz (Guest Blogger) Well, here I am again. Three more days, and it will be the anniversary. I think I am doing a great job at pretending everything is okay. Why not? It’s year five for me. (Not that I’m counting.) The fact that I am getting “weepy”...

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Butterfly

By: Beth Corbley (Guest Blogger) “I MADE MY FAVORITE THING FOR DINNER TONIGHT … A RESERVATION.” SALLY ANN CORBLEY, AKA, THE GENERAL It was Saturday August 22nd, 2015, around 9am. Her breathe was shallow and I knew her time was about to come. Sitting next to her elevated hospital bed...

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Getting Rid of the Roots

By: Pam C. (Guest Blogger) Healing is a process. When one suffers trauma, such as from mother loss at a young age, or any age for that matter, seeds are sown and roots grow and take hold. Until recently, I was unaware that much of my present day hang ups...

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The Dark Place

By: DKI (Guest Blogger) Have you, for a brief moment, gone to the deepest darkest place in your grief journey and felt like there’s no turning back? After shedding 45 pounds of roller coaster grief and almost a year and a half after my mother’s passing, I thought my journey...

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