For once, not written by me! (ha!)
In all seriousness though, when I’m out of words, I turn to music.
Because they were composed, by other people.
This was shared with me by a friend at a most poignant moment in life, as I grieved for my lost children.
It. Is. Perfect.
And heartbreaking. And all things.
WARNING: Song NOT suitable for listening to when you are in a situation incompatible with falling apart and having a bit of a cry. If that’s not you – skip it.
I’ll give you a moment to recover.
I needed one.
Then there are stories of other kinds of heartbreak, and this one, so beautifully written, is one I’ve loved for a long time.
There are the ones which reflect our society (and y’all know I totally, utterly, completely ADORE this song, so any excuse to share it again, really…)
Now to take you off and whisk you into a confusing and surreal world of pain and goodbyes and … not sure what. This one can sometimes be a pretty big trigger for me, so I’m careful about when I listen to it (or rather, careful when NOT to listen to it) but it’s really very good.
And to round off, a wonderful, happy, delightful story of an awesomely worthwhile journey. Enjoy. And take a right turning today 😉