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I feel as though I’ve been in a fog these last three weeks. My heart is heavy and aching, and I’ve been feeling as though I am merely existing. For those of you who don’t know, almost three weeks ago my dad died. That was the hardest day of my existence. I’m still trying to make sense of it all.
But, I have a family who needs me. A dog. An employer. Clients. Friends. My beloved blog I’ve been neglecting. I can’t forget to mention seminary grad school, either. While I’ve been granted an extension on homework–that just means more homework the following week. It’s like drinking water through a fire hose. Pure chaos all around me, when all I want to do is just grieve. Scream. Cry. Mourn. Share one last cookie with him.
I’ve been trying to make sense of this all. Everything is just…a mess.
I needed to pick up the pieces of this life–to get used to this new normal. I read Nourished: A Search for Health, Happiness, and a Full Night’s Sleep to help me get out of this funk that grief has me in. It’s no secret I’m under a tremendous amount of stress right now, and this book addresses some of the major stressors women face:
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