It is such an honour for me to share Lisa-Marie’s story with you all. Her story is truly one of a survivor who came out on top. Lisa-Marie, is a personal friend of mine. She’s a close friend. Even though we don’t talk often, when we see each other, she’s the one person in the world that 100% get’s me.
I feel like a failure as a friend.
For the longest time, I didn’t get her. I worried about her. I had sleepless nights over her. You see, a couple a years ago, Lisa-Marie’s husband, our friend, Travis, passed away suddenly and without warning in his mid forties. It was a SHOCK to all of us. And for the longest time I worried about Lisa-Marie in the midst of her grief. They had the true fairy tale romance, the kind after almost 20 years together seemed perfect, until one day, Travis was just gone.
But life goes on….
And Lisa-Marie has taught me that we can never judge anothers grief. That we can in the midst of immeasurable tragedy, do so much more than just eek out an existence. That we an create a beautiful life for ourselves and we can grab life by the balls and live each moment to the fullest, in the face of tragedy, we can pick up the pieces, find love and live! This is Travis’s legacy. This is Lisa-Marie’s life and it’s a truly beautiful thing.
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