Navigating Grief as Life Moves Forward: Choosing joy

It’s overwhelming some days, actually. I have this indescribable guilt for being happy. When a loved one dies, they don’t hand you a “Grieving for Dummies” book and wish you luck. There are no set rules or even guidelines on how to grieve, how long you should grieve, or what grieving looks like. They say … Continue reading Navigating Grief as Life Moves Forward: Choosing joy

vision > clarity

vision: the uncertainty, the unclear. When something terrible happens to you, the knee-jerk reaction is to ask “why me?” This seemed to be the case when Kenny passed away.  Everyone kept asking why. “Why Kenny?” “Why so young?” “Why the good ones?” “Why?” I’ve been asked multiple times if I’m still angry or when did … Continue reading vision > clarity

a story

“Maybe I'll write like Twain wrote Maybe I'll paint like Van Gogh Cure the common cold, I don't know But I'm ready to start cause I know in my heart I wanna do something that matters, say something different Something that sets the whole world on its ear I wanna do something better with the … Continue reading a story