Last night as I sat thinking of what I could "DO", it occurred to me that I am already doing it. I am grieving. I am crying. I am processing. And I am saying my goodbyes while holding space for my family members to say their goodbyes. It may not feel like much but grieving is the best action I can take right now, both for myself and for my loved ones.
I'm grateful to allow the tears to fall. I'm grateful to still have a smile for my grandpa. I'm grateful to be able to hold those who need holding and give space to those who prefer to process in their own way. I'm grateful for time to process for myself. And I'm grateful for all the love and support I have received in my process. I'm grateful to see how powerful grieving is in the healing process. I'm grateful to find beauty and gratitude in the moments we still have together. And I'm grateful to know, that while the process will be ongoing, I am allowing my heart to take this journey.
How do you allow yourself to process and grieve? Is there space to hold in this area for old wounds that have not healed?
May we feel the action of the process and know we are doing our best today. May we find love and support at every turn. And may our hearts lead the way. Have a beautiful day!