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As I have said so many times before, I felt like I could have melted down, like the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz in her death scene! I held onto my faith in the Blessed Trinity and the Blessed Mother. There were definitely big challenges in my life, to say the least! How does one live without their soulmate of 44 years and still go on? Four months after his death, I needed major surgery on my knee and shortly after that, mohs surgery of over stitches on my nose.
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The walls would hear my pain as I expressed to the physical therapist who visited my home after my knee surgery. The washer went, the roof went, the porch went, leaks by the fireplace wall, huge tree limbs came down on the property and a whole host of other calamities struck. Even the cars got into the act when both batteries died at the same time! Was all this so bad? They carried me through these last years for sure. I was on that stretcher like the paralyzed man! They came in the form of new friendships and new ministries and they intermingled with my sons, my family and my treasured old friendships.
They came from meeting new friends at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception and attending days of prayer and retreats in this sacred place. They came from a spiritual director who has promised to be at my side no matter what I go through. It took almost four years but in the passing of those four years, Jesus was working mighty deeds and hit me with that realization that began on March 12th in the waiting room of my dentist. What enfolded from that moment was that I realized how truly happy I was even without my husband and how happy I was to be alive and be in love with my Creator and all those I hold in my heart.
Do I miss my husband? Of course, I do. But love is stronger than death and it is eternal. And I will see him again in Paradise where he is waiting for me. We were able to capture it with his cellphone. It was truly a magnificent scene to behold from the road as we gazed up into the sky. The picture captures what a room looks like without a roof! And so, life is limitless with the Lord! He is the God of Surprises who hits you with waves of joy, happiness and grace when least expected, especially walking in the door of a dental office!
Surprised By Waves of “Happy”
I found it was providential that I did accept that invitation from the Holy Spirit. It proved to be more waves of happy for me to be able to express my experience in this posting and to hopefully bring healing and illumination to others.
Maybe the name is not spelled the same but I sure got the message anyway! What a sweet treat. I was so moved that big sloppy years fell from the joy and gratitude I felt over your return to joy and your reception of happiness from God.