Thank you!

I normally post personal personal updates on my other blog, but I felt that since people responded to Thief on this blog, I would put this message here.

I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who read, liked, or commented on Thief. You were all such amazing support during this ordeal. It’s an ongoing struggle not to let it affect me, especially with constant reminders of the incident surrounding me. But your supportive comments and encouragement have helped me stay positive.

So here’s a heartfelt thank you to all of you! I am so grateful. Your concern, your care, your support. All are the wind that push away the clouds and allow the sun to shine through.

10 thoughts on “Thank you!

  1. Dearest, Never allow another to steal your peace. It is a wicked world with many toxic things threatening to consume us but there is also abundant beauty for the taking. There is overwhelming beauty, love, compassion, support, and concern for you so allow it to fill your wings mightily allowing you to fly far above the ugliness of Mankind’s selfishness. You are a beautiful person and a beautiful soul, do not let him take that from you. Have you tried to “re decorate” your home. I do not mean to go out and spend a bunch of money on things you cannot afford but to re arrange things so they appear to occupy an alternate space than the one he invaded. It may help dear.


    • Thank you so much for your encouraging words. I appreciate them so much, and they brought a huge smile to my face.
      I have not redecorated, but that does sound like a good way to overcome the visual markers that remind me of the event. Thank you for the recommendation!


  2. OMG. Just read “Thief.” My heart goes out to you. My place was broken into about 2.5 years ago. I still sleep with the living room light on…But it’s never occurred to me to “forgive” the violater as such. Giving me a moment of pause. (In a good way) so Thank you!


    • I’m sorry to hear that! I definitely feel a strong sense of insecurity now with regards to my home.

      Forgiving him (to a point) is really the only way I see myself having any peace with regards to the incident. I hope it helped you!


  3. Christine,
    Didn’t see this until now. My house was broken into for the first time years ago and I know those feelings. Then my car also received the same fate. Letting it go as much as you can is good. (my run by the way was awesome!:) But I also meditate to release stress.
    I do a space clearing ceremony in my home regularly also, and it helps (a lot!) clear the negative residual energy of just day-to-day living–not to mention traumas like you experienced. I hope you leave this behind you as soon as possible and forgive this person and not take it personally–if that’s what you’re feeling.


    • I’m sorry to hear that! Glad to know I’m on the right path.

      Good to hear you had a good run! I hope you have many more!

      Meditating and clearing sounds like a really good way to cleanse. Thank you for the advice!


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