There are so many things I could write about regarding the death of my father. I usually share my personal life very openly and I’m sure I will again–and on this matter.
However, right now, I’m still processing my feelings and considering how much is appropriate and helpful to share. And there is a lot I could share:
- My meltdown in Walmart
- Making funeral arrangements while on vacation at the beach
- Why we did not immediately return home when we learned my dad had passed
- Teaching my empathic grandsons how to transmute and deal with sad energy
- Memories that were brought back as my first husband (the father of my children) officiated my dad’s funeral
- Letting other people have their own grieving experience
For now, I just want to thank everyone who sent kind words and were patient while waiting for me to return emails, create recorded activations, and hold client sessions. Your love means so much to me!
Connie Cochrane says
I so relate with your experience Yvonne. I had a meltdown in Michaels. I was at home to be with my Daddy while he went through his process and as I’ve mentioned before, I was so relieved to be there, being close to him and stroking his hair during his last few minutes. I felt so comforted and grateful as tears ran down my cheeks. I could finally be there for him as he had been for me for so many years. It was a gift. In the middle of all of this my bank account was compromised! The bank employee in Knoxville was so sympathetic. However, the employee at my branch in Charlotte said she couldn’t deal with my issue as she was leaving for vacation that very day. I had a few days to calm down, but her supervisor got a calm ear full when I returned home. It was just not a problem or her reaction I needed at that time. Ohhh Lord Help me! Back to my loving place. I do understand falling apart in public. We can’t control our emotions sometimes and I’m don’t feel they should be? I cried in a Belk when my Sister died and I needed a black suit with a top that had some color in it. I was looking, but not seeing and I finally, tearfully asked a saleswoman if she could please help me. That was the easiest purchase ever! Much love to you and your family Yvonne. I pray for strength for each of you to grieve. Grieving is exhausting and I found that I couldn’t function at all. Thank you for sharing your experience. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. ❤️✨