Daddy’s Return


After having the biggest hug with my kids this morning, I am enjoying the peace of my house, the quietness, the loneliness that my heart feels is completely welcomed. I am learning that crying is not a sign of weakness, but of cleansing. I actually feel empowered after a good cry. I cry in gratitude – if that makes any sense. I got to recharge and refuel in Miami, and it was most definitely needed, but my heart can’t help to miss the one thing I can’t have. I know everyone has a different view of death, but in my pain – I know in my heart that John-Marlon was ONLY meant to live his short 39 years. The person I am today would not have been possible without the lessons that I learned through his illness. Please don’t get me wrong – I HATE CANCER! However, the lessons John-Marlon and God taught me would not have been possible without his death. 8 months ago, John-Marlon and I attempted to save his life by sending him to a holistic Heatlh Insititute. The practices did indeed extend his life but the Cancer was too vicious to control. When he returned after his trip, it was magical to watch the hug between Marlon and the kids who loved him so very much. This picture will forever have a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to publish my book next year, whether I have to self publish or I am sponsored – it will happen. What I post on Facebook is just the tip of OUR story. I can’t thank you guys enough for supporting me! Even if no one read my posts, I would continue to write – I will not let him die in vain. His purpose was fulfilled, and I am the storyteller.

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