sunstreet Posted December 21, 2010 Report Share Posted December 21, 2010 Well, I had thought I would just spend the day here alone with cat as always. However, after attending that Memorial at the Funeral Home, my whole outlook seemed to change from a feeling of emptiness and mourning what I don't have to thinking on that is no way for me to look at the glass half full. I mustered a great deal of courage, and I sent an email to the man I met at the Memorial and let him know I was thinking on going to the Long Term Care Facility where I volunteer to play the piano, sing some Carol's, and bring some cheer to those who also have no-one and are needing some Light this Christmas. Well, he hesitated for a bit, and then said I would love to come and asked for the address. I know that Melissa is resting in even more peace this Christmas as she witnesses my growth. She would be saying "Proud of you babe" There was a time when I thought I will never sing again, never play the piano again, not without Melissa. Boy was that thinking wrong. Melissa died but she has never left me, it was I who left me. Blessings and Courage, Carol Ann Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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