The End

All things must come to an end. Except suffering maybe. The verdict is still out on that one. I do not know anymore why I am so candidly sharing my heart-thoughts with a world unknown to me. When I first starting blogging, when our daughter died, I found it therapeutic. Getting my thoughts out and also believing they might help someone else who was going through trials somehow eased a bit of my grief. Then my life carried on and this horrible disease struck, and I kept putting it all out there. The good, the bad, and a lot of the ugly. What I’ve come to realize is I don’t know what the purpose for that is anymore. I am blaring my deep hurts, vicious disappointments, and strongest hopes to an audience who can neither see nor hear me, and the void of comforting souls doing life beside me remains vacant.

Perhaps one day my children will read my words and gain an understanding of the storyline that played in my head, hidden beneath the brave face I tried to put on for them, and they will learn the truth-depth that is woven in the coming and going of our every day.

Thank you each for being here to follow along and cheer me forward. For now it is time for me to step away, to let my silence be the echo of the words I have clung to for so long; Choose Hope.

18 thoughts on “The End”

  1. I read your posts for the last 8 months after being diagnosed with FND but having regular check ups as have progressive muscle wasting all over my body and getting harder to function but they don’t know why so being monitor and think it’s a muscle disorder. You really do inspire me so much and reading your posts about what you still do with your family and how much you appreciate the little things in life, which I do but you express it in such a lovely way. My heart goes out to you and what you have and are going through. You really are an inspiration and your words have helped me so much so thank you x


    1. Sarah, thank you for my reading my words. I’m thankful they have been helpful to you in some way. Perhaps I will find more along the way. I wish you the best, and hope you find answers and help for your condition. Most of all, I hope you find reasons to keep fighting for the good days.


  2. I read every post you make and then I say a prayer for you focusing on strength for your path forward. God bless you and know that you touch lives of people that have never met you. Be strong and know people are praying for you!
    God bless!


  3. You are an encouragement to me and many. I will miss your humor, your insight, your vulnerability, and you’re genuine, honest, raw thoughts I can relate too. “Every moment is grace, for this moment may never have been” Ann Voskamp. Lots of love to you all


  4. Hannah, I have enjoyed feeling somewhat connected to you through your blog, but I understand your need to step back. Please know that I will continue to pray for you and love you very much. Aunt Nancy


  5. Hannah, You are and will continue to be an inspiration to me. Your continued strength and faith is most admirable and from the heart., I am honored to be a friend and past cube mate (lol). You have made a huge impact in many lives. God bless you ❤️


  6. I’m so glad you share your thought! They are real, they are you and there are sooo many people that love you, to include myself. Miss you! ❤️


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