I remember the time that I looked out a window and the world seemed “ugly”. This was when I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that I was going to have to pick up my three small children and leave an abusive situation. It was not an easy decision, but it had to be made….for my sake and for theirs.
When one loses someone through death, divorce, or even a strong relationship within a family or without…there is a time of mourning. Sometimes it includes depression and time to find a new beginning. Fortunately for me, I found a new purpose in life. After 33 years of a second marriage, I am grateful each day that I was blessed in such a wonderful way. Each day can bring a sadness that we least expect. Dealing with it is like climbing a high mountain…or swimming against rough waves. With faith and love, it can be done.
Creativity has also been one of my outlets…whether art, photography, music, decorating or writing. When I saw this video below, I felt it was something I needed to share it with my readers. Perhaps what Kirsty Mitchell, from England, found after the death of someone she loved will speak to you also. My advice is to stick with this…even if the first few scenes seem a bit strange…stretch your understanding. It is a beautiful story.