🦋 ‘Rise Up’ 🦋 part 2

Andra Day


‘When the silence isn’t quiet
And it feels like it’s getting hard to breathe
And I know you feel like dying
But I promise we’ll take the world to its feet
And move mountains
We’ll take it to its feet
And move mountains

In 2018 I made a trip to Hungary to accompany my Clinic Dancing Partner for alternative treatment. It was the 12th September that I set out. It was an amazing experience. The alternative treatment was interesting, I too tried it for a few days but it was not for me. Hungary itself is very beautiful and interesting in architecture so there was lots to do and see. We had a fantastic, memorable time.

Fast forward 2019, my Clinic Dancing Partner sadly passed away and I continued to write posts for my blog. This helped tremendously to manage the grief and loss. I also wrote a post using ‘Rise Up’ by Andra Day. It reflected the care, love and friendship and was very important to me.

Fast forward again to 12th September 2020 at 3.45am… I woke up and decided to look at my phone. On the display was a message from my cloud saying if I wanted to download ‘Rise Up’ by Andra Day, I could retry…I could retry, I could retry…by this time I was really spooked and fully awake! I looked through my library of songs and sure enough, the track was there but not downloaded from the cloud in order to save space. I could not believe my eyes. If this had happened at any other time I would of brushed it off but it happened on a specific day/time where the content of the track and video were very relevant. My Clinic Dancing Partner believed in reincarnation. I am not sure what I personally believe but what I do know is this is not the first time I have experienced him connecting with me in some way. No I cannot prove it and I don’t feel that it is warranted but I know it is him. 🥰

I still miss him very much. The memories will stay with me forever. 🦋🦋🦋🦋

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A little butterfly…🦋

I have not blogged for quite some time. There is so much to share but not today…

Today I moved the Rhododendron plant in the garden which is aptly named after you and out flew a little white butterfly. I never thought I would see this but I did. It was a beautiful sight this morning seeing it flit into the garden when I disturbed it resting in the leaves.

I hope you are living on in the next life, even bigger, smarter and lovelier than the one you left last year to the horrible disease called Cancer.

All my love 🦋❤️