Kay’s Stone in Row E E
—–How do you plan a rebirth? I’m not sure you do. You just stand in the darkness until you can’t endure it any longer, and then you move forward until you’re standing in the light.” –Ahmir Q. Thompson
When the devil executed my sister, it was like any other day.
–He thought he could keep you dead and gone and silent and in the ground, but you rise up every. single. day. —Kim Sisto Robinson
My sister was murdered by her husband on May 26, 2010. The world shook and darkened
- Crying outrageously with snot running down your face is completely normal.
- The soul leaves the body before you do.
1. Observe the early signs ( they are there with sharp black fangs )
For example, in the beginning, Kay’s murderer would sit outside our house for hours with his car running while she was out on other dates.
Recently I asked my mother, “Why did we allow him to do that? We should have stopped it, yelled, screamed, kicked, called the police, told him to fuck off.” We never did.
–This quote by Goldberg excites me.
**“**Help” is a
prayer that is always answered. It doesn’t matter how you pray–with your head
bowed in silence, or crying out in grief, or dancing. Churches are good for
prayer, but so are garages and cars and mountains and showers and dance floors.*****Annie Lamott, Thoughts on Faith
~It’s been 828 days
since your execution.
A moment in time.
It’s been HELL on
earth if you want the whole damn truth.
—There is before Kay and after Kay. Nothing more.—Kim Sisto Robinson
1. I’ve Learned
Not To Judge. NEVER.
–Whenever I drive past your house, my stomach tightens like
a closed fist.