I’ve got a cleaning tip for just about anything anyone throws at me to help them, or so I thought. On Monday September 30th all of those tips went blurred when I personally
was hit with the most tragic personal news I have ever received. Monday being the start to a new week, and then the tomorrow Tuesday October 1st being the last quarter of the business finance goals for 2019, I planned to finish strong.
- Don’t do it all alone.
- Pause and reflect at your own pace, even if it means taking as much time as you personally need.
- Think of others that loved your loved one. There may be something memorable to them that they would like to personally have.
- Therapy is needed.
- Be personal with work so that people can understand your pause.
It’s now Friday October 25th at 9:41 pm and I’m grateful for every person that reached out and every client that paused with me through this life moment.
My brother Jeremiah was 23 years old born on the 4th of July. He gave the most amazing hugs that you felt in your soul.
I learned that Jeremiah collected rocks of all sizes and shapes. They were in his jacket pockets, pant pockets and around his room that we went through after his passing. I never got a chance to ask him what the significance of the rocks meant to him.