Love, Loss, and Reevaluating Life (part 3- who am I?)

Do I know who I am? Recently, as my mother-in-law was leaving after a visit, she asked me if I believed in God. The question caught me off the guard. To give you a little background. My mother-in-law believes in the literal translation of the Christian Bible. I, on the other hand, do not likeContinue reading “Love, Loss, and Reevaluating Life (part 3- who am I?)”

Love, Loss, Reevaluating Life (Part 2- Being the strong one)

I am a dependable person. I can look at life and be content. Things are not always perfect, but I am generally happy. I also see the best in people. I don’t look at character flaws as unfavorable. They are just hurting that need to be healed. A “bully” doesn’t need to be shunned; theyContinue reading “Love, Loss, Reevaluating Life (Part 2- Being the strong one)”

Love, Loss , and Reevaluating Life (part 1- Losing my Father)

Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love. – Mother Teresa This was one of the quotes given at My father’s Memorial recently. Losing him was surprising, fast, and something I never expected. Having lived on the opposite ends of the country for the last 18 years, weContinue reading “Love, Loss , and Reevaluating Life (part 1- Losing my Father)”