When grief walked in to my life. I couldn’t see there was a cloud hanging over me every day and every night.

I had no one to tell me anything else but to “give it time”, and that is all I was asked to do.

And I sat and waited…but nothing changed!

My pain stayed right next to me.

It got up when I got up.

It went to be bed when I went to bed.

I tried running away and it chased me.

I tried to speak to it, and it did not listen.

But something started to change when I faced it, and I stopped waiting for things to get better, I stopped looking at the clock.

That is when my grief got surprised and did not know how to handle me.  That was the first time it stepped back when it could not keep up with my passion for life and my thirst for love.

It stumbled and fell, it got tired and out of breath.

But I kept going I had the upper hand all along and I did not know it.

Grief could not live without me, but I could live without grief.

From that day forward I decided to take action, and do as I please, I led Grief and it followed.

I laughed and grief cried.

I climbed the mountain ahead and grief started to get out breath, and out of touch. That is when my life started to change.

Now and again I look over my shoulder, I can still see grief, it lingers and it calls my name.

Sometimes I choose to ignore it but other times I turn around and let it catch up with me.

Its OK, to grieve. It’s OK to mourn, especially when you are ahead and grief is left behind.

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