Grief and loss, Healing, Holidays

My grown up Christmas wish

This year at Christmas my heart is heavy because I am missing the 2 greatest loves of my life, my Dad who passed on 11/24/20 and my fiance who is in another state far away. This poem is my heart’s prayer for the love they both have given me over the years, making me the woman I am. Their love is my eternal gift. Combined with my love of God, this is what I’m grateful to receive this year at Christmas.

May you all find moments of sacred peace, holiday joy and bliss with lots of love❤✨💚

Love is my gift

I haven’t celebrated this Italian tradition in the 10 years since my divorce. My Mom and I wanted to honor my Dad. Here’s the two stages of the shrimp marinara sauce I made over angel hair pasta. Here’s to you Dad, mangia mangia!

Sauted shrimp in onions and garlic
Add crushed tomatoes and fresh basil

In light and in shadow, always with love. If you’re interested in a shamanic healing session, tarot card reading, my recorded meditations or to purchase any of my 4 books of poetry please click the link below.
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13 thoughts on “My grown up Christmas wish”

  1. I’m sorry for your grief. I remember that it took a few years until Christmas wasn’t so painful after my parents’ passing (they both died in the same year). And I know you’ve got the tools and wisdom to help it pass through. Blessings to you.

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  2. A wish that you may, a wish that you might? Find peace, and joy every night. Christmas is this, and even though not quite the the same bliss. Every grown up Christmas wish, living, and sharing; though a heavy heart, and what becomes the miss! Blessings!

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