After my husband died, I spent the following year healing my heart and soul. I kept a low profile, worked hard, and focused on my children.
Over the past few months, after spreading my husband’s ashes at the end of July, I’ve been out and about more, spending time with friends and meeting new people.
The time I spent alone was valuable and I will forever cherish those moments because without them I could not have become the woman I am today. However, it’s not healthy to spend too much time alone, and I am fortunate to have many friends and opportunities to meet new people.
It’s inspiring to meet people that are doing interesting things with their lives, and making a difference in the world.
Recently, I met, Buddy Tatem, an entrepreneur with a fascinating business history and life story, and the very modest John Alagia, record producer for Dave Mathews and John Mayer.
What a difference a year makes.
Love and blessings to all.