The Broken And Exhausted

I have three horses. All three of them have been rescued from an uncertain future and likely untimely death due to being thrown into the slaughter pipeline. There is no telling how they ended up there, but probably because they were sold at an over crowded horse auction, where towards the end of the night… Continue reading The Broken And Exhausted

Laura Wyatt Douglass – Author of: Laura Simply Stumbling

I am the mother of 2 beautiful daughters and have found myself now torn between Heaven & Earth. I am a wife, Lala (grandmother), sister, daughter & friend. In the professional world, I am an assistant controller for a manufacturing company. I am not what I'd consider a writer. My heart however, has something to… Continue reading Laura Wyatt Douglass – Author of: Laura Simply Stumbling

My Personal Experience With Psychiatry & Professional Counseling – Child Loss Grief

In my experience, when psychiatry and counseling goes bad, it can go really bad. It can be extremely traumatic to the one trusting a professional for help. This is the story of my journey into the world of psychiatry and professional counseling. My daughter passed away on December 11, 2016. As a mother, I had… Continue reading My Personal Experience With Psychiatry & Professional Counseling – Child Loss Grief

Let’s Talk Unresolved or Complicated Grief

Everyone grieves at their own pace and in their own, very personal manner. So who's to say that someone might have unresolved or complicated grief? Is there really anything 'normal' when it comes to grieving the loss of someone you love? How is grief not complicated and how is it ever possible to resolve? Who… Continue reading Let’s Talk Unresolved or Complicated Grief

Death Stole My Future

One thing is certain in life; death shall come to us all. Death is inevitable and inescapable. We shall all meet death eventually. I've written some about losing my father to cancer. The loss of my father is something I shall always grieve. I miss him more than I can ever describe. I do however… Continue reading Death Stole My Future

A Moment Between Father & Daughter

In one of my previous blog posts titled: How Losing a Parent Differs From The Loss of a Child, I spoke about losing my father and how he never left me. Part of it read: My father passed away after a long battle with pancreatic cancer just a little over a year before my daughter left this… Continue reading A Moment Between Father & Daughter

Is It Glorifying The Imperfect

I lost my daughter to a drug related accident. My daughter was imperfect; she acted out, just like most teenagers do and she ultimately did something that caused her own death. So why do I “glorify” her in my writing? I have a very simple answer to this question. LOVE. I love my daughter unconditionally… Continue reading Is It Glorifying The Imperfect

A Life Somewhere Between A Glass Half Full & A Glass Half Empty

I've always thought of myself as a glass half-full type person. Never the outwardly bubbly, or overly cheerful type, but I'd definitely say that I'm a positive thinker. I don't typically complain about much anything, at all, or ever really, and I can usually find something positive to say about anyone or just about any… Continue reading A Life Somewhere Between A Glass Half Full & A Glass Half Empty

Things Taken For Granted

In life, there are things we take for granted. Some may not be apparent until they are lost. After the loss of a loved one, there is much time spent remembering all the little things; moments we might have forgotten or continued to take for granted otherwise. This has been the case for me anyway.… Continue reading Things Taken For Granted

Memories of You

Memories Are what my mind turns to  So I sink into the memories These memories I have of you   No one will ever fully Fully comprehend Just how much I long I long to be with you  And how I'll always cherish Every sweet memory, I have of you I don't want to turn… Continue reading Memories of You

Bear Witness

There are no quick fixes Or remedies for our pain There is nothing That can take it away When you know someone Who has lost another they love Please do not turn and walk away Instead, just bear witness To what we have to say Our hearts have been broken And we know all to… Continue reading Bear Witness

My Soul Will Find Yours

I will look for you Until I draw my last breath I'll never let go Not even in death If it takes a thousand years or more Still I will find you Someday and somehow I'll never lose hope And my soul will find yours https://youtu.be/54DMWdzROH0

For You Daddy

In all my days I'll always wonder What you would think of me now In all my days I'll want to know If I still make you proud of me Daddy In all my days I'll be your blonde haired, blue eyed little girl The one you always saw when you looked at me In… Continue reading For You Daddy