The Sunday Edition
Beautiful. Happiest Birthday to Ri. ♥️ Love you both more than I’ll ever be able to express and so lucky to have learned, lived, and continue to to learn from you both.
This hit hard this morning. I've built a tiny home at that wall, waiting for someone to come and remove it for me. I think I might be more afraid of what's on the other side, then the comfort of what I know, even if it's painful.
I absolutely love this SO MUCH!! Thank you!!! Ohmyword!!!!
It is so true! We HAVE so much more inner strength in ourselves than we even believe. Sometimes, it's in the lowest valleys, and hardest times in life when we have to find that strength or let me even say for that strength to find us in the those times. To push on, forward.
Thank you, again. HAPPY birthday, Rian💟
Nothing could possibly have warmed my heart more than this amazingly written tribute from a brother to a big sister! And, oh by the way, that “brother” to whom I just referenced is my son and the big “sister” to whom he essayed the tribute is my daughter! And one of the comments below came from their baby sister… I can’t begin to express just how wonderful it makes an old Dad feel knowing the love you three share for each other… Thank you for the reminder… And, before I forget, Happy Birthday, Rian!!!!
Happy Birthday to Rian! Tyler, I so enjoyed reading about your love for her, as well as the lessons imparted in your dynamic with each other. I want to quote you back to you...a quote that I used on my website (giving you full credit of course 😉): “Let yourself live the life you were born to live . . . . Stand up, tall as trees, and wave farewell to the reasons to be afraid. There is magic to be found, and you were built for the searching. Go.” The heart holds all things to be possible; it's our mind that tells us otherwise. And every time I find myself questioning my heart (which thankfully happens rarely at this point in my life), I remember your words and I leap... 🙏🏻💗
Thank you for this and Happy Birthday Rian! This was perfectly timed my friend. I'm struggling with my depression again after a few setbacks and the tower in front has seemed insurmountable. I find myself hiding in the house in the wall, cocooning. And now this comes through. You have no idea how much I appreciate you and your writing. Love ya