A little reminder that beginning October 1st, I will be participating in the
A moment to remember that I am not here to upset anyone or to offend any one.
I am joining in with this project as a form of release for me. The healing I find in this project.
I want to share with you the love that I have for Melody, a more open view with a different kind of love that I have for my living Children.
My daughter has also requested to take part in the project, I am so incredibly proud of the young woman she is turning in to. Siblings, especially young ones can get forgotten a need to protect them, but like many others stories, there was nothing we could have done to have protected them from the death of their sister. They were given just as much hope as we were.
Many people assume that because I already have children, that the loss of Melody means less, life should move forward quicker. Well the truth is it doesn’t move any quicker, there is a thicker type of treacle to walk through, carrying grief for your children. No days in bed sobbing, no days rocking in the corner.
Instead you’re told your child is dying one day, the next day it’s breakfast time and normality.
An auto pilot. A Grief on Hold.
No choice but to breathe…
So this is why I think it’s amazing that she wants to join in too
(she’s already planned 2 of her days!)
She spent time with her, her sister even gave her the start of a smile.
I really hope you will follow me through the whole month, as I intend to complete.
This Is My Journey.
This is Melody
I can take you hand and I will lead you forward…
Siblings at play, how children should never play together.
(Second one she is trying to kiss her)