November is supposed to be a month filled with gratitude. But the truth about this November was that I wished I could have stayed curled up in my bed.
But since I couldn’t.
So many friends and family members showed up with love. You have been flashlights in our darkness.
Each day this month, different members of our congregation shared a message of something they’re grateful for. It’s been great having visitors nightly. To be reminded of all the wonderful things we enjoy in the world.
Around the anniversary of Rory’s passing, we received messages of love. We were reminded that we’re not mourning alone. Reminded that there are many that love and remember our beautiful Rory.
Among other things, our neighbors tied ribbons around our house, their houses, and light poles. One of my most emotional times is when I’m driving alone. I cry frequently. When I pull into our neighborhood and see the ribbons, I feel like I’m getting a hug. I’m reminded of love and support.
This November, I’m so grateful for friends and family and love and support.