Dulled Blade

A year later and the pain of losing you still grips me unexpectedly. Your best friend still asks about you to her mother, she may be young but she hasn’t forgotten you. Your father has vowed to never have another child, he can’t bear the thought of enduring this kind of heartache again. Your grandparents are shells of their former selves. The world is not a better place for having you gone. We are not better for having lost you. Time may dull the blade of grief, but dull blades can cause just as much pain as sharp ones.

What’s Going Right With You Today?

Fun socializing events, sore muscles equaling a good workout, found out my old work walking partner is coming back to my building, all the cash and no hangover!

What’s right with YOU today?

What Do You Love Today?

Early morning weddings, drinking (non-alcoholic) wine at 8am, celebratory breakfasts, quinoa in an omelette, dancing to loud music in the morning while I get ready for the day and the funny faces you get when you pause video.

What do YOU love today?