When the life gets to hard, and the soul becomes a star 🌟

From Sarah : I thought my periods were bad. I started when I was 10 years old. On St. Patrick’s Day. I turned 10 three months before.
I was in 5th grade. I also sat on the side of the room closest to the door. What was funny, is that my dad taught 6th grade right across the hall. I remember asking my teacher in the middle of class if I could go talk to my dad. I NEVER EVER ASKED to do that.
I walked in dad’s room and obviously he stopped and listened to what I had to say.
Long story short, We were home (we lived a mile away) and back within an hour.
Looking back now, those were the easy years.
I first had a hot flash , In church when I was 34. A bad soaking my clothes kind.
I didn’t actually start menopause until I was 54. I thought MENOPAUSE was bad. And It was. Hormonal, emotional, and everything else. I got angry quicker. MOOD SWINGS . It was bad. 4 years bad.
The last year and half was better but I still was an emotional wreck. Mostly from Danny’s texting other women ETC.


Hi ❣ It’s so nice to see you,- like always 😊 I really hope all is fine with you 🧡

(This post/ text is written in general- I know it will always be exceptions)

Christmas can be a difficult time for many people, and life in general as well. We all have “ups and downs” days, some harder to get through then others 💜.

Sometimes things in life can even be to hard and to much for different reasons,- or it’s just so much pain inside a soul that’s it’s difficult to just let it go, find the peace and the sunshine, – and its feels more like an relieve to let the soul go, and become a sparkling star on the sky instead 🌟.

The 25. December this year a Norwegian artist, painter and writer did choose to leave this life 💜.

He is not the first one that…

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  1. Thank you for sharing 😊🧡


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