* photo by Justin HackworthI assume that their may be some new visitors to my blog because of my experience with Studio 5. I'm thankful for the opportunity it has given me to share some of my story. I feel like it is a way to honor Lucy - her life, and who she is. And it has been extremely healing for me to write about the grief monster. Sometimes gentle, sometimes unrelenting. But it's definitely a beast.
Over the past year and a half I have tried to be open - the good and the bad. If you read through my blog I think you will be able to relate to some of both. We all experience sorrow in life. We all have joys. We can help each other with our challenges and we can magnify our joys through our relationships and our efforts to reach out to others.
I've set a goal for this year - that I am going to seek out the good - that I will make fun things happen in my life. That's what my most recent post is about. Feel free to join in on the fun challenges and my theme of "2010--Let the Fun Begin!" I wanted to be in a place this year a little further away from the heaviness and heartache I've carried for so long. This challenge is helping me to do that. If anything, Lucy was the epitome of fun.
I welcome you and invite you to participate in my online grief community HERE at agoodgrief.com
What an amazing journey this has been. The good, the bad, and the ugly (faces).
My name is Molly.
I'm so very, very pleased to meet you. Tell me about yourself.
*My segment will air TODAY, Friday, February 5th at 11 a.m. Chanel 5. For those of you who don't live in Utah, you will be able to watch it online at http://studio5.ksl.com/. After it airs live, I'm not sure how much longer until they post it on their site. It is under the segment, "Finding Your Voice".