Dear You,

In case no one has told you recently, I am really proud of you. I am really proud of you for showing up every day and getting through 2020. You got through the festive period during a pandemic while holding your grief, and you are still standing. I am really proud of you, and I hope you take the time to reflect on all that you have been through this year. It is no small feat.

All my love and support to you as we enter the new year,

Katie x

29 thoughts on “Dear You,

    1. Happy new year to you too, thank you for always commenting on our blog posts. It means so much to us that you have so much to contribute. We wish you all the best for a happy and healthy 2021 🥰🥳🤩

  1. I am proud of you too. I don’t say much but I see. From what I have seen you have come far and I believe you will continue to go even further. Happy New Year. Make it what you want it to be.

  2. We really have been there. The calendar came down and that chapter is over. I’m not sure anyone will want to reread it. For we really have been there!

  3. Happy New Year Katie! I am proud of you as well!
    I finally finished my 2020 retrospective titled “Unapologetically Real With Gratitude 2020 Edition” over on my blog page.
    Wishing you and Evee peace, joy, gratitude, and love for 2021.
    XO ❤️ Lisa

  4. Proud of you too Katie and your Sister. You have pulled so many of us through our darkest days with your blog and grief cafe.
    Thank you and I hope 2021 is a lot better than 2020 and we can all start to live a life without our loved ones. Shona x ❤️❤️

  5. Grief does indeed touch all those places within, asking us each time to assess, feel, remember and most of all, understand the loss and its meaning to us. But thankfully I was blessed in being shown death, and within that is something so beautiful that it no longer worried me. Like anything we don’t understand it worries us, but in finally seeing that it does in fact not give a loss but a magnificent understanding of us all, it can only leave us glad that it isn’t an ending as we believed. Yes, grief does have a great purpose in understanding ourselves, but slowly it will also show us the compassion and love that it also builds towards that understanding. May your hearts follow that path and see the love that it leaves within you ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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