Widows of Hope Virtual 5k Run/Walk - Oct 17, 2020 Register
Five months after my husband’s demise, our oldest daughter got married. The day was immensely bittersweet engulfed with a kaleidoscope of rollercoaster emotions. A few months later, a dear aunt passed away. As I attended her funeral, my spirit was ...
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I attended a widow/widowers conference for those of my faith a couple of weeks ago. Part of the progressive dinner included questions each one of us at the table would answer. I learned all sorts of things about my new ...
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"Don't look back, you aren't going that way." -Author Unknown Several years ago, while driving down a seven lane road that runs through the city I live in, I heard a noise. I looked in my rear view mirror just ...
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Today, my daughter and her husband announced to the world my first grandchild is on the way! Oh, and that they are going to be parents. I got to see an ultrasound with something that actually looked sort of human! ...
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I recently watched the movie Big Fish for the first time. I really liked it, even though I cried buckets of tears at the end. You see, my husband told stories. Don's experiences really happened and I was there for ...
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  A few years ago, I read the book Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. The author tells the story of divorcing her husband, quitting her job and traveling the world in order to find herself. As I read her ...
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I received a great birthday present last year. It was a framed copy of Proverbs 31:25, "She is clothed in strength and dignity. And she laughs without fear of the future." I have it on my bathroom wall so I ...
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Even before I became a widow, I was fascinated with Vrindavan, India, which is also known as the City of Widows. This is a city to which the shunned widows of India are sent by their family members. Here, these ...
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