Ministering Speaker, Host Wy's Ways of Wellness Radio blogtalk with focus on Wellness Awareness and EOL/ QOL with grief situations and Cancer Care Communications for National Patient Advocacy, Tennessee Cancer Coalition and Memphis Breast Cancer Coalition. Retired RN after 50 years now a Caregiver for family member.
It was four days ago that God answered my prayers and completed the 366 days since the transition of Honey Si. I am here today journaling and sharing the myriad of feelings that has occurred during these last few days.
What a marvelous memorial event at Perignons Restaurant and Event Center. I admit I was nervous as we had to limit participation because of Covid-19 challenges. The good news is that it was successful even more than I imagined. Jehovah Jireh ( God Provides) and we are blessed.
I find myself in a new wordpress world so I started doubting whether I could get in the groove because I had been doing video journaling but it feels good to write how I am feeling today.
I am reading the beautiful Obituary that describes Honey Si’s 78 years and 7 months. I hear him speaking and warning me of things that came true this past year and we put in our book, Redeeming Grace: Look How Far God Has Brought Us. This includes promises of being available when needed or do a weekly text just to say a Five Hi and Hello.
I wanted to thank my brother Jimmie Skip and Sister Jerri as they traveled to support me. It was just another way that God showed up and showed me Who He is and who I belong to in this season of Thanksgiving.
I also want to thank all of you for being here and there for me. Wyvonia Woods Harris
There are twelve days of purpose before I can claim the gift of Seventy-five years of age. I have set several goals to accomplish in this bridge of time. I want this time to be a period of reflective writing about people, places and things that are important to me. I was reading in the book, Redeeming Grace: Look How Far God Has Brought Us, and I saw a quote about my husband’s near death experience three years ago. The chapter that we co-wrote was set in a window view because my husband described this time as trying to get out of twelve windows. I was instructed in a dream to write about his experience. I also wanted to include others whom I now call my “Grace Contributors.”
Today I saw the the words, window guard and angel in the same sentence and I determined this would be my purpose path. I wanted to remember the times when God set before us life more abundantly. I am convinced that I am responsible and accountable to look to my next level of purpose. I have a great amount of work to see my purpose manifested and I start with prayer, praise, practice, position and positive energy.
Today I found some poems I had written for encouragement and this one fit my starting the day as we prayed on the Prayerline6am. I am blessed as you will see:
It is no secret what God can do, He is able to do all things for you When I think of the things God has already done, It gives me the praise for Father and Son.I stand in awe as I watch God provide I feel His Power moving on every side.
We are survivors and care sharers all on the same ship. We sometimes have to change our position so we can get another view and reset our mission as we follow our vision
I had a Dream/Vision as I was fighting a spiritual battle with what I felt was death and demons. It was such a struggle and I kept expecting God to cover my fight but I continued to be plagued by their activity to destroy my self, soul and spirit. When I woke, I realized that God had sent the Holy Spirit to cover me and had put me in a safe place. Yes, I was still standing and moving forward in my purpose of a survivor and a care sharer. I am writing and revising my action plan now. My Hallelujah belongs to God and He deserves my High Praise. 09:51 #WWOW
I woke up remembering The prayers, psalms and hymns we sang three years ago as we prepared to say good by to my daughter who affectionately known as GirlMicLeslie. She lived and breathed on her on until September 1, 2015 and we said goodbye at 12:20 am