2015 in review

I wanted to send out the Year In Review for my blog to those that follow me. Viewer from 137 countries and approximately 5,500 people a month came to read.  Thank you for continuing to stay with me on this journey and know above all else- LOVE CONQUERS ALL and we must do our best and utmost to LOVE ONE ANOTHER!  I am truly hopeful for 2016 to be the year of at least 2 published books!  Gotta have goals, y’all!

Love and Light to Us All,

Holly

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 54,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 20 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

5 thoughts on “2015 in review

  1. Reading this has helped me not feel alone. Most of my friends and all of my family has abanded me. That’s how I feel anyway. I’m sure its bc they can’t stand to see me hurting or don’t know what to say to me. Even though I have told them they don’t have to say anything just be with me and listen. I have expirenced some difficult things in my life but this is the worst by far. February 2, 2016 we celebrated Eric’s 21st birthday. One week later February 9, 2016 he was dead on our couch. I received the phone call from our roommate that was my son’s friend bc I had sprent the night with my daughter. The regrets, hurt, pain, and sadness is unbearable at times. I feel like greiving is going to be the death of me.

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      • I use to feel that way but not anymore. I need that feeling back. I’m not mad at God. I do have an angry issue now. I’m mad at my son Eric for doing herion that took his life from me. I don’t believe he meant too die but a small part of me second guesses it. He had several disabilities. He went to MHMR. He was my world and now I have nothing in this cruel, selfish, dangerous world.

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      • Glad you’re getting this anger out and recognizing it. It’s okay to be angry. And you have your reasons too. Give it its due and allow yourself to see the whole spectrum of emotions you have over this experience.

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