It was many years ago when my little daughter died in my arms in an ambulance due to an accident. I wondered how I could face tomorrow. How would I face my life with this pain. I learned to take one day at a time and not try to take on my entire future. Somedays I had to just make it one hour at a time. My faith walked me through that journey. Then three years later, I was back in the emergency room and my husband was doa from another auto accident. A drunk driver hit him head on. I didn't understand why this was happening to me, but I did know my heavenly Father would hold my hand and walk me through. Time and God began their healing work. But, I developed a passion for the bereaved. I worked in a grief support group called HOPE for 9 years. Now I am retired and I am enjoying life so much. I do the card ministry at my church and my ministry is called "Hugs for your Heart" It is not that I have any degrees behind my name, but I have a Phd in Pain and God has placed a deep compassion in my heart to hug the hurting people's heart. This has been part of my healing.

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