Lets Get Started:

In the menu bar above I have a couple of pages that I also did some introductions but will be posting where to get certain things that I talk about through out my blogs.

If you have read my introductions you now know that I have lost my mom in 2018, had my second daughter in 2019 and also my oldest daughter started Kindergarden which she is homeschooled and I am her learning coach. So a lot of changes in the last 3 years and it has been overwhelming. In it self alone losing my mom is an amount of pain that I can’t describe and wouldn’t wish on anyone. She was my best friend! She also was such an amazing Mimi to my oldest daughter. Mila talks about my mom every single day. Its the most painful happiness every time she talks about her. The emotions are everywhere.

Selena was born in February 2019 and she really was the rainbow at the end of our family storm that we dealt with in 2018. She showed me that there are parts of life that are still beautiful. Having my daughters have really helped me see the good in life after my mom passed. I am still struggling with anxiety but I have been finding things that have helped me keep my mind busy. Lately have been doing some crafty things around my apartment that I would love to share in my future post. Also if anyone is going through the same kind of thing I would love for you to share your story.

One thought on “Lets Get Started:

  1. A cousin of mine told me after my Dad died; no-one ever really knows the pain until it happens to them. She is nearing 60 years old and lost her mom when she was in her early 20’s. She still misses her terribly. Everyday things can trigger a bitter-sweet memory of my Dad. I have to constantly remind myself that he is no longer in pain, and that he would want me to be happy. His favorite prayer was the Serenity Prayer. Mine is Love Is Patient. I was once told it was not meant to be a “romantic” prayer for wedding vows, but the definition of what love is.

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