Mar 30, 2020
Pandemic: Early Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, the year is 2020 and that means no matter where you are in the world, you and your loved ones are in the midst of pandemic from COVID-19, also known as the Wuhan Corona Virus.
From the bottom of my heart, I hope the My Spouse Died Too podcast gives you a brief diversion.
I pray God gives you patience, peace, wisdom, and discernment.
In this episode, Tom struggles with not having spent a quiet moment with his just passed wife Tina.
Now, 8 years later, if Tina can hear Tom, what might Tom tell her, and if Tina can answer, what might Tom ask?
Tom describes his freak wedding ring accident. Seeing Joy through the cracks. How Tom’s heart melted. The unexpected counterintuitive question you’ll want to ask yourself in front of a mirror. Your answer might uplift, confuse, or crush you.
The good news is, you get to choose. And that’s bitchin'!
Thanks for listening.
You can help Camp-Joy continue the same work that helped Tom’s daughter Maggie. Here’s the website link so you can donate: Camp-Joy.org.
Here's Camp Joy - Maggie's Promo Video Link.
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