The day this podcast episode airs (on October 12, 2021) will be the 10-year anniversary of Becca’s departure from this earth (Laura’s oldest daughter). Laura says the beginning of the last ten years held the most pain she have ever experienced. She had no idea that kind of suffocating darkness even existed. It scared her, not knowing how she was going to find her way out.
When Becca first died and Laura would think of being here one year… five years… ten or twenty years without her, she could hardly breathe, almost like having panic attacks. As Laura finds herself at the ten-year mark, today’s episode is about some of the things she has learned in the last ten years, praying some of these things will help you as you are on the same journey.
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Mitchell Ang was born on October 12 and is forever 17.
Isaac Cojocarescu was born on October 14 and is forever 10.
Bub Amis was born on October 16 and is forever 36.
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Remember to Hold On Pain Eases; there is HOPE!
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