Xmas is hard

This time last year I knew it was the last we would spend together my little sister and I she was 32 and was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in May 2021 and was given 2 months to live. We were lucky we got 8. We had to deal with covid restrictions like many others which made the worst situation you could be in a hundred times worse. It was her 33rd birthday last month then facing Xmas without her and a year in January since I lost her. :broken_heart: I have cried everyday for the past 11 months not being able to let go but I have to start thinking of my family I have my husband and children to think about now. They have watched me greive and fall apart which canโ€™t be easy for them I just feel lost


@Sue2001 sending you love, light and virtual hugs.

Itโ€™s okay to cry, itโ€™s okay to not be okay.

What advice would you give your sister if the table was turned, when your in a quiet place tune in to her voice, what would she tell you.

I bet she would want you to be happy. Xx

The famous poet Rumi said. Set your life on fire, and find people who can fan your flames :fire:

Keep your head up Chuck xxx