Light up the Darkness

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“Our world is feeling dark and hopeless these days…

Many of us are afraid, while others are braving an invisible enemy each and every day. I do understand the terror, I lost my gentle, loving 94 year old father to Covid19 on April 9th. His nursing home was hit and hit hard.

The memories will be with me always, my broken heart feels that it will never heal. Maybe we can light up this darkness to show those who risk their lives that we see them and we thank them.

Bright, hopeful, sparkling Christmas lights to honor those who are fighting for us, as well as honoring those who lost this fight.

Who is with me? I would love to see this spread! Imagine how uplifting and heartwarming it would be to see beacons of light during a very dark time?

To all of my soul sisters out there – remember, you are truly cared for and loved! Let’s get those Christmas lights out to show that we truly are better together!”

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10 thoughts on “Light up the Darkness”

  1. I CANT HANG MINE BECAUSE ONLY THE TREES WOULD SEE THEM BUT I AM TRULY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS THIS IS THE TIME WHEN FAMILIES SHOULD COME TOGETHER BUT THEY CANT SO ALL WE CAN DO IS PRAY

  2. So sorry for your loss.bad time to deal with all this.talk to him and sit quietly to await a reply.not voices in your head or such but memories,moments,events come to you .cry it soothes your heart and soul.plan to do something in his honour and work on it.may you find comfort love.🍀🇮🇪

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. We too lost a beloved Aunt, sister, mother and Nan….last week. I will be joining you in spreading the light. Take care

  4. My heart & thoughts are with you I can’t hang my Christmas lights with out the help of my children they are busy 2 of them are working & my third one lives 6 hours away but I appreciate all the hard working people.

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