Monthly archive for ‘ March, 2011 ’

Puzzle Finisher

13th March 2011 | 0 Comments

I sit before my puzzle again today, all the easy pieces set in place. I look into the eyes of the little girl who has removed her mask, and all the emptiness surrounding her. She is relying on me to keep moving forward, keep enduring, keep persevering, to make sense out of this whole thing. […]


Life as a Puzzle

12th March 2011 | 2 Comments

Being sequestered in my home with pneumonia has given me the opportunity to start a puzzle I have been wanting to do. It is entitled Masquerade, by Lynn Lupetti. I have spoken here a lot about the masquerade a trauma victim develops when the feeling of shame imposed on them is overwhelming. I picked up this […]


Pandora’s Project

11th March 2011 | 0 Comments

I recently had the honor to participate in a video created as an outreach to victims of sexual assault. Pandora’s Project is a nonprofit set up for support, resources, and healing for victim’s of rape and sexual abuse. Pandora’s Project offers a message board and chat room, free lending library, and numerous articles and resources. We welcome all survivors […]


Healing Love

5th March 2011 | 0 Comments

After a difficult week emotionally and physically, with lots of running day and night, my immune system finally through up the white flag. It didn’t care how much water I have been drinking, have much vitamin C I have swallowed, or the amount of zinc I ingested. I am sitting in the office one minute […]


Aftermath of the Burglary

2nd March 2011 | 0 Comments

The day of the burglary and for my safety, the decision was made for me to move from my home in my family’s neighborhood. It happened in a whirlwind, it was heart wrenching, and I cried most of the day of moving in and the first day of being there. I also lusted over and […]


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