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The truth about losing someone you love

Not only am I losing my father to ALS, I lost my mom to cancer almost 9 years ago.

Losing someone you love is like losing a piece of a jig saw puzzle.

After they’re gone, you start picking up the pieces. Healing yourself. 

Maybe mending a broken heart. 

Trying to regain some “normalcy” 

You essentially are putting the pieces of yourself back together. 

But, there’s a catch.. 

Now, there’s a piece missing. Maybe a few missing pieces.


So, you put the puzzle back together. All the pieces fit together but there’s a hole over there. Maybe another hole or two over here. 

Complete and incomplete at the same time.

A whole with a hole ;)

Welcome to the new "normal".

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