No Greater Love

Grandkids Heal Even The Most Broken Of Hearts

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Author: twicebitten180

The decision to even find out what a "blog" really is, came when I found myself at 55, discarded like a car with too many miles on it by my husband of 15 years. You know, "The grass is greener" mentality. Five years to the day after the death of my 23 year old son, I loaded up my u-haul and headed south. Never once looking back at the beautiful state of Colorado, my husband, my home, my job or my retirement business. It was all now promised to someone else so I pulled up my big girl socks and moved on. So, this blog isn't going to be a place for me to lash out about the betrayal. It is going to be a place for me to share the adventures and experiences that lead to the healing and the happiness. A place to find encouragement and strength. At the present time, I teach fitness bootcamp classes on Friday evenings and I house/pet sit when someone needs me. I have even been thinking of doing vehicle transport for car rental businesses or car dealerships but having an out of state drivers license might be a problem. In the meantime, I am doing a little traveling and trying to learn some new skills. Welding and writing are at the top of my list. Learning to be a free lance writer has always been something I dreamed of doing and now is my time. I hope you will come along for the ride!

2 thoughts on “No Greater Love”

  1. Patricia , I always tell people that you are the strongest woman I have ever known. Your heart is bigger than any ocean and taller than any mountain you will ever climb. You are here to inspire others with your faith , your love for your family and the wisdom you have gained along this journey we call life. Every step , every twist and turn that we have encountered has us headed into a new adventure we dont even yet see before us. Hold onto the good times , learn from the hard times , and share your laughter and your stories with others that need your new found strength. I am blessed to have been able to call you my friend.

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    1. Oh Dawn, thank you! Thank you for taking the time to read what I’ve written so far. Sometimes it feels like I’m in an empty room babbling. I am taking every bit of your advice above. Some days are harder than others but every day is a blessing. Especially being with my kids and grandkids! Love you lady!

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