Where ever we go his “man”pink bmx is coming along. Love it, fresh air and muscle legs..
Children and Women, never give up asking for help, even when you you don’t feel heard, keep asking.
During the depression I stopped listening. It was enough with feeling the pain, I couldn’t bare to hear it too.
One day I saw what my son had written on the wall.
I couldn’t be blind and deaf.
I saw the truth. The cry for help.
There was no time to shame.
This Easter made me think a little extra.
I always think a lot…it’s the author in me, I think!
However, maybe a little extra when life is bumpier than ‘normal’. I always tell my children to try to focus on the “helpers/brave” in the world, rather than looking too much into the “destroyers.”
One (of many stories out there) story that truly touched me with a storm of emotions, is Ms. Bailey who died this month at age 35 after battling cancer. Before leaving this planet, she carefully wrote her own obituary. Sharing and reminding us all, “Don’t take the small stuff to seriously and live a little.”
I am humble.
Thoughts, Prayers, and Respect to her Family and Friends.
I read somewhere that dogs rather go to humans that cry, than those that laughs.
Can it be that the emotions are strong and, indicates the need of help?
Or, is it that simple that dogs got pure empathy!
For many years now have I been rescuing all kind of Animals.
I know how it feels not being heard, while in pain.
I know how it feels not being seen, while in pain.
I know how it feels when you seek help and you hear, “so sorry, but we cannot help you! We do not have the resources.”
I know how it feels when you tell your story, over and over and over again. You open door after door, and everything feels right then hopeless.
You want to scream!
You want to cry!
You want to walk away, and never tell anyone your story again.
I have seen the worst neglected animals you possible can imagine. I have brought them with me without thinking or planning.
Hundreds of dogs, and some horses. People has said, “no they are too damage to save!”
Months later, they are astonishing beautiful!
I am so proud over them.
And I am learning through them.
You are not invisible. Please Keep walking, and there will be that one person, which will know and dare to help you.