Sunshine through a window! Love sun coming in!
Life has a way of catching us up! It certainly has me. I didn’t know what I was in for, no one would!
At this point in time, it has been 2 years and 5 months since my husband Thomas died. Looking back, I am doing very well with life now. The first year I took time to mourn my loss and think about what I wanted life to be without Thomas.
I decided to move to Rhode Island. This turned out to be more complicated than I imagine, as it mean breaking it down so I could deal with “things”. It has put a hold on being in a working studio and doing Shibui Found Image Art. And it has put a hold on writing the manual and the Good Morning Sunshine Blog.
At this time I have a bit of time to catch up and simply be present with myself again.
I have run across a program on Gaiam TV titled Happiness For No Reason. There is a book by the same name and a workbook. i recommend these. But there is a great benefit to listening to the program each day for a while at least. The reason why is to have it stick into long-term memory. Its been a very long time since I have felt so good, and am really happy each day! Each day I listen there are more points taken in! Things I did not catch the day before! This surprised me, but then I embraced this as I was taking in more. I am afraid it was Thomas who had the photographic memory!
Another benefit was learning about forgiveness. Something I have wrestled with. Discussion about forgiveness is a part of the program. I have come away with new incites and understanding about very old issues, my own role in the outcome, and how to feel truly happy!
This is just what I needed to move forward; changing life up. I haven’t lost Thomas! He is in my head and heart! I am good! Truly good!
When you lose someone you love you will get triggered.I reason loving Thomas should hurt! However, I am not dead. I have others to love and take care of. I have my art and what I want to do with it! So will anyone else.
Best wishes to all! Love and hugs! Pejj Nunes
Happy to hear you are doing well.\
Thank you! Best wishes!