🚦Today I went and spent some time at the cemetery. It’s mostly quiet, I’m able to cry and pray, sing a little, I meditate on many things, sit and listen to birds calling or animals running to gather food for winter. It gives me a chance to remember all the good memories and look forward to times we will spend together again. A remembrance of the past and a looking forward to the future. I’m able to renew my hopes, my dreams and be reminded that the strength I need is always within me.
I was appalled at what I walked up to see this evening. Messing with gravesites is just cruel, I’m saddened to see it happening and it angers me that families face this disrespect. Today wasn’t the first and I doubt it’ll be the the last of occurrences like this. I will rest peacefully tonight knowing I will advocate for respect for families of loved ones gone on and advocate for the sacredness of burial sites to remain undisturbed. Families honor their departed loved ones remembering the life/lives lived and continue showing their love how they choose. They deserve to have the ability to visit the cemetery without constantly dealing with the tampering of the graves belonging to their loved ones earthly resting place.💜
I'm a wife of 20 years to a husband that consistently chooses to love me despite my flaws and a mother of 3 wonderful, loving and giving children. I have 6 babies waiting for me up in Heaven. I'm imperfect, often broken and learning; you will see many aspects of what makes me the person I am throughout this blog. You will find no condemnation from me. I have my fair share of problems and battles, I win some and lose some but by God's grace I'm continuing in the good fight. I'm attempting to live life authentically and I enjoy the many blessings God has given both in happiness and pain. I don't have any formal education in Biblical Studies and I don't claim to be an expert. I'm just sharing experiences and lessons I am learning or trying to learn as I go through life.