Saturday, January 15, 2011

In My Time of Dying


This is the title to a song by a band I've listened to since I was a child and I never thought I would actually relate it to this subject but my Dad died 2 hours before I got home to see him. My heart is heavy and I feel devastated. I was going to CHA but I've changed my plans and I'm just going to be home getting my new house and studio in order for the coming year. I feel like I have lost my best friend and the only person in my family who ever loved me unconditionally but I will go on like I've always done and I will survive, yet another title to a song I listened to as a child....

Life does things to us that we can't explain and things happen to us that must happen but hurt us nevertheless. I hope that the art that I create this year will reflect my true feelings and represent the "real" me that I want all the people who know me, to see. I hope all of you have a wonderful New Year and that each and every one of you feels at the end of the year that things are just a little better, at least; instead of being worse. 2010 was not a very kind year to me and 2011 didn't start off very well either but I look forward to new challenges and I hope that I can share some knowledge with all of you that you might not have otherwise known and that I continue to learn everyday, from all of the wonderful videos and blogs that I come across.

With much love and hugs,
The Distressed Crafter

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  1. My very sincere condolences Kellye. There is no pain for your Dad now but he will always be there for you watching over you, so take heart from that.

  2. I am so very sorry for your loss. I only hope that you can find peace in knowing that he is in a much better place and watching over you and smiling because you are continuing to live life to the fullest.

  3. So sorry for your loss. At times like this no words are really the right ones. If you get time, visit the blog of a certain lady called Emmy who lost her mum too.