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The past three years have tested me more through grief, loss, & change more than any other time in my life. Throughout these years I have been tested with a tragic death of my good friend, the death of my Grandmother & then the death of my Mother who was my best friend. Writing became my way to process grief, search for hope & reminder of life that we all can still find joy in when we are open to receive it.

This compilation of writings are just pieces of my story...my thoughts, feelings, wonderings & frustrations through my journey over this time.

I have continued to write at my blog www.brooklyn852.blogspot.com You can find more there!

allie113

About the Author

Alissa Foreman
allie113 Minneapolis, MN

I am a small town girl, who loves the big city. I am the biological daughter of two great parents, who decided to open their home to four great adopted kids who are now my brothers and sisters from Europe!! I love coffee, I love the color red in photos and I like to get lost when I have the time to be lost. Finding adventures around the next corner is something I look forward to, whether in my house or on a street corner in Europe. My family is important to me, and my faith is very important as well. I have big dreams and cannot wait to see which of those God uses in His story of my life.

Publish Date  January 29, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  190 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Blogs

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Peggy123456

Peggy123456 says

Thanks for having the courage to be real & raw in your grief. In so doing, you blaze a trail for others who are just beginning to search for and find the path in the midst of the sorrow. Thanks, Alissa. You bless me.

posted at 08:19am Feb 18 PST

LisaReb80

LisaReb80 says

It's like the truth of God and all the honesty and pain and everything is so real and so there. Even though you write about really hard stuff... hope and healing is very apparent, even though it might not always be what you're feeling at the time.

posted at 05:32pm Jan 29 PST

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