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From Tattered Fabric to Perfect Tapestry

Lately in my life I have encountered a lot of changes, both personal and professional. I have had dear friends just walk away, I was forced to switch jobs, leaving people I love. I have personally suffered some very warring storms; The wounds still fresh, have caused a downward spiral of emotions and self destructive thoughts and feelings. Unhealthy, is what this is. Unhealthy for me and it is now started affecting the relationships left in my life. I have questioned everything about myself trying to figure out who I am and what is wrong with me for this “abandonment” to happen. So, I took a step back to evaluate who I am, tossing all “Sunday School” answers aside and this is what I found: I know I am a woman. A woman who is loving, caring and puts everyone and everything before herself. I give my all in relationships, loving with the rage of a storm. A woman who probably has an overly innocent and positive outlook on things. I am emotional. I live every day with passion, soaking in ev

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Bridge To My Circumstance

"Just close your eyes and keep your mind wide open." "I seriously do not think God goes around damning people to hell. " "Why not? " "He's too busy making all this!" "You have to believe it and you hate it. I don't have to believe it and I love it!" The quotes above are taken from the movie "Bridge to Terabithia." I sat down to watch it this weekend and was totally enthralled from the beginning only to have my heart ripped out at the end, and we won’t even mention me crying like my best friend just died. Infact, they should change the name to “Bridge to Tear-Your- Heart- Out”! Anyway, like I do with most simple things in life, I looked for the deeper meaning of this movie. (ha! I know...I am one of a kind!) This movie was only half of what I expected but in a good way. The quotes above are probably my most favorite from the film. "Just close your eyes and keep your mind wide open." Hmmm, reminds me of the