I know, it’s a depressing thought. But so many people have asked me, “you’re better now?” However, it’s not really a question, more of a statement. Like they are telling me I’m better now. Doctors are really good at this. Trying to tell me that I’m feeling better and everything is okay. Because that’s easier for other people. Because I had the cancerous organ removed, therefore … Continue reading It’s not over…it will never be over.
You know when you lay down on the grass in the summer and look up at the trees? How you see the tree branches and leaves, and the light beyond? I see that as a metaphor for life. That the trees, leaves and branches are our struggles, battles, and hardships. But the light is always there, even when we can barely see it. It may … Continue reading Light through branches