–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.
I love you, K.
Want to know the truest truth?
The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.—John 1-5
Soul Mates Forever
It’s been 1673 days since I’ve seen your beautiful face.
Sometimes, darlings, I just want to speak it, shout it, say the words aloud. Sometimes, the spoken word is stronger, more relevant…like
“I know you’re tired but come, this is the way.” ― Rumi
——-My sister was murdered by her husband on May 26th 2010. The mourning never ends. See you on the other side, my lovely Kay.—-
Your face is fading.
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.