Wednesday, January 20, 2010



Incredible, you have to watch this! Best 5:55 minutes of your day, I swear to hell!

17 comments:

deb said...

You can't skip the sorrow.

Too true.

fullsoulahead.com said...

: )

Amber said...

Mmmmm...yes.

I also remember.

I remember like it was yesterday, laying next to my passed out mommy, and "remembering" that I "choose her". I swear to Jesus, I do. I always knew we came here together on a contract, before I ever heard of such a thing. And when I did here it, it was like YES. THAT just truth.

Thank you for sharing this. I am going to pass it on.

ox :)

jess wilson said...

'at quarter after, i have everything.'

i might have to make that a song.

thank you for sharing this. i never would have seen it on my own.

Tabitha Bird said...

She had some amazing stuff to say. Stand in another place. I like that. :)

Deb Shucka said...

Love her wisdom and her heart.

courtneywrites said...

Wow, Carrie -- thank you.

Amanda said...

MO'N said I had to come over here and watch the video, so I did, and I'm glad I did (she's never steered me wrong!) because that was probably what I needed to hear. Stand in a different place. Who knew?!

Jerri said...

I swear to hell--best 5:55 of my day.

Thank you.

Lori said...

Amazing. Thank you. It made my day.

pixiemama said...

Just when I was ready to declare myself done, done, done with today, with this week, with almost everything. I think I need to stand in another place.

Thank you. I needed this almost too much.

love

therocchronicles said...

Thank you for posting this. I needed this on this day...

blackknightsbrood said...

Pretty neat lady.

Thanks for this.

Tanya @ TeenAutism said...

I so needed this. Thank you.

Marge said...

It's how we handle the sorrow that is so difficult and important to who we are.

Me said...

The bright and vibrant colors in a masterpiece painting may be the part we most focus on but it is the darkness and the shadows that provide the contrast that makes the colors come alive.

Me said...

The previous is quoted from a blog I read -

The Dawg Run