5 Minute Friday~Real
Grief is REAL. It comes when you least expect it. After 4 months my tears have slowed. Then I am caught off guard over a bruise on my hand. My mom would always get bruised when she would have to give blood. I apparently do too. I cried because I couldn’t go home and show her the bruise. Really? Over a bruise? Very early on in this new season, that began on September 19th, 2011, I decided I wasn’t going to candy coat this REAL journey. This REAL pain.
I pray I have helped, and not scared away, readers. Being REAL can also be scary.
Being REAL can also heal. /stop
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Wow! Real grief is hard…thanks for being transparent and showing the world that real life means real grief…and always takes us to the foot of a real cross bearing a real savior. Praying for you today…thanks so much for sharing…and for being real.
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Still praying for you, sweet girl. The moments that make you tear up will come farther and farther apart, but even after a year and a half, they will still come. Trust me on this one. 😉 I think grief over losing one so loved never really ends, at least not here on this earth. It just slows down as time goes on. A song on “The Story” cd made me think of Momma and seeing her when I get to heaven, and I absolutely fell apart. What was really sad about that is that I was driving and couldn’t see! I didn’t intend to see her quite that soon! 😉 (((hugs)))