Category Archives: WWOW

A January Joy And A Grace Connection

On New Year’s eve, our Church had a “Ceremony of Remembrance and Healing.” I do not feel like I was completely able to participate  because I was not feeling well. I chose this as my first 2017 writing because I see many things written about the joy and grace connection of remembering. I thought it might help others if they felt the grief of not having someone present. I am remembering my GirlMic Leslie as I light my candles and speak about her love for family. “Praise the LORD O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.”

WWOW: Let Lasting Love Lift Away Loneliness

wp-1473049408215.jpegOne year ago we stood at your grave to say good-bye. I could not have imagined the loneliness of not having you present always. I have worked to stay joyful and move forward with my reading, writing and speaking. I remember things that have been hidden for many years and I cry or smile depending on my mood for the day. Today we celebrate  labor day and I know you would have already called to see what I would be doing. I just look into the skies and seek your beautiful face in the clouds to lift away the  loneliness.MicFlem05282015

Loving Leslie and Her Lifetime One Year Later

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Feel free to add your floral photo to the comments. This way we can all enjoy everyone’s flowers. Qi (energy) hugs Cee

via Flower of the Day – August 21, 2016 – Dahlia — Cee’s Photography

WWOW: 03:00 and 9 More Days of 70

It is the 03:00 hour and I see this fan that my GirlMic Leslie’s friend brought back from Spain. He presented it to me at the time of her funeral and home going celebration. He said that he had promised to bring her a gift. I sit here feeling very lonely and so I am writing my “Doing Something Different” segment on the page I have dedicated to her memory. These 100 words are sometimes the way that my prayers are answered as God helps me through the night. I believe the Word from Psalm 40 that He will lift me up today.

 

WWOW: The Wellness Touch of A Friend

We had just completed our  B/P monitoring. We also discussed how we are in a stressful environment. We looked at how we could better serve and use our gifts.  We discussed ways to be better at self-care and getting our selves in a healthier zone. We finished and I had taken my own B/P and found it was high. I left thinking I really needed to get better control. My friend came by,  touched me and said, “I think about you and love you. I am praying for you.”IMG_0045 I honor Brenda for the blessing on the church parking lot.

WWOW: The Seventh Month of Grief

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GirlMic Leslie 1963-2015

.I looked at the clock as I remembered the last seven months of painful grief since my GirlMicLeslie was put on life support for forty days. I have no words but I just want to remember her  in my journal so I will insert some pictures of my memories.

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WWOW: When Wednesdays and Wellness Works!

This picture is about http://www.FindingMyWayChannel.com radio online program for Thursday February 11, 2016 at 12noon. Call 356.850.8560 and listen and tell us  about your love of wellness and how being fit is loving your “Self, Soul, and SpiritIMG_0031FindingMyWayPrayerAndAdvisoryBoard2015

Remembering GirlMic/Leslie’s Laughter

It has been 2 months and 30 days since my GirlMic/Leslie died and  I received this card with beautiful words of comfort.   I  also played a recording I have on my phone of her distinctive laughter as I read the words of  the scripture on the card from Nate Hatfield of NPAF. IMG_0047

WWOW:Letting Leslie’s Love Live!

wpid-img_20150604_070328.jpgMicFlem05282015#Wys Waysof Wellness: This picture is the last picture my GirlMicLeslie took as we celebrated in Nashville Opryland in June 2015. I woke up with a smile because of her smile. My #InspiredGratitude  25 award goes to her and her Quiet Giver spirit for all the gifts of love we now enjoy.

40 Silent Sermons: GirlMic/Leslie’s Last Days (39)

07:35 Greg and I sit at Leslie’s bedside and watch as Chrissie and Dr Walker starts their assessments. Dr. G. Kraus comes and gives us a “Litany of Compassion For the Sick” writing and she is given her freedom from the ventilator. The room is full of family and staff as we sing, pray and play a a Daryl Coley song, “Can’t tell It All.” Chrissie starts a MS drip and we are blessed to see her breathing on her own. Dr. K.L. Bryan starts the Hospice Care admission arrangements. I left Greg and GirlMic/Leslie so they could spend time together.IMG_0006