Monthly Archives: February 2020

Surviving Emotional Chest Pain

Tweet Emotional chest pain is something I have had since the day Larry had his stroke.  I would sub-consciously find myself rubbing my breast bone and usually because my brain knew I was trying to alleviate the pain, it worked. It never frightened me, it was just my heartbreak coming to the surface whenever I […]

Surviving an Over-Flowing Heart Filled with Love

Tweet Dammit references to love, lovers, hearts, flowers, chocolates, diamonds and more are everywhere right now. We didn’t make a fuss on Valentine’s Day.  We loved each other every day and made sure that we both were very aware of that.  Our hearts were always full. My heart was full watching Larry take care of […]

Surviving the Month, the Day, the Hour, and the Minute Life Changed Forever Part 1

Tweet   I have read so much on the topic of surviving the time life changed forever.  It is fast approaching and I have been setting protective measures in place. I have asked for phone calls and text messages and I am meeting with my bereavement counselor for about 90 minutes that day.  I will […]

Surviving The Songs That Hurt Your Heart

Tweet I don’t know who posted this link on social media today, I am just grateful I found it because surviving the songs that hurt your heart get played. My love of Carole King and James Taylor (ok throw in a little Carly Simon too) goes back years. Tapestry, in my opinion, is one of […]