Cracked not Broken

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When i was a child my grandmother died, i thought my heart would never heal. I thought it was broken forever, it was cracked

When i was an adult my Godfather died, again another crack

A very dear lady possibly a twin heart “Busy Bee Baloo” died from Cancer, another major crack.

My father died twice ……he had Alzheimer and no longer knew me as his daughter and in that moment my daddy died. When Mr Hill’s body body finally released his last breath that was the second time, my heart cracked

My Grandmother-in-law died, my heart cracked

My mother-in-law died, my heart cracked

Throughout my life thus far i can remember 6(i think) fur family members died, my heart cracked 

Each time my heart cracked i thought i would never recover. Well here i am 54 (atm) a stronger, more powerful, more knowledgeable woman. With each crack i learned something, I may have not realised it in the moment. Writing this i see the lessons, my eyes are filled with tears, but i can’t stop smiling. Realising my heart will mend and heal, but there will forever be scars. Each scar has its own story to tell, and no matter how deep I know each one has made me “ME”. As i write this i  know each family member  i have written about is here with me … and so many more.

So no matter how many times or how deep your heart cracks, it will heal and you will be a stronger more powerful you

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1 thought on “Cracked not Broken

  1. Hey Darlene, it’s November 14th 2019 and I just came upon this. Today is my mum’s birthday and I was trying to see if there was anything still on the net from when she was surfing and posting things. typing busybeebaloo into the Google search, this was the first and only thing that came up. Thanks for the always amazing words. You are awesome and keep doing what you are doing. she loved you lots, as do I :) Xoxo

    P.s. I just noticed this was written on my birthday 2016 :)

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