Q&A: heartbreak

Q: How many ways can one heart break?
A: Too damn many.

"The Heart of a Woman" art by Janean Baird, August 2010
© 2011 Janean Baird, Turquoise Tangles

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8 thoughts on “Q&A: heartbreak

  1. Sarah writes:"TOO DAMN MANY"…. AGREE! Soon I hope to hear about when hearts are no longer shattered and hurting… you sharing how many ways can one fill your heart up with love, joy, peace, laughter, life… I LOVE YOU and your beautiful family.

  2. Originally posted by anonymous:

    Sarah writes:"TOO DAMN MANY"…. AGREE! Soon I hope to hear about when hearts are no longer shattered and hurting… you sharing how many ways can one fill your heart up with love, joy, peace, laughter, life… I LOVE YOU and your beautiful family.

    I love you too, Sweet Sister of Mine. My heart is just hurting right now. Seeing you and your Little Ones was a wonderful balm for awhile, but then came The Dreaded Goodbye, and my heart hurts all over again, aching for you all the more. That's one piece of it. I've learned not to say, "What else can happen?' because as sure as I do, something else will. Sometimes worse than all the rest.

    I WILL write of hearts singing with joy and buoyed up on the wings of love. I will. Just may be awhile longer yet before I can do it without faking it.

    LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH!
    ~ Janean

  3. Janean, your image says it all. When I was in art school, a continuing thread was healing wounds. I have a clay piece called "Heart Strings." Daniel wrote a poem by this title as well.Our work–clay sculpture and poem–was shown together at a regional show in Lake County.Here's a poem Daddy and I wrote together: "How do you heal a broken heart?" I ran it on Riehlife. It turned up on the first page of my Google search, and has been read by lots of people we've never met.http://www.riehlife.com/2008/06/09/how-do-you-heal-a-broken-heart-new-poem-by-erwin-a-thompsonAunt Janet

  4. Originally posted by riehlife:

    Janean, your image says it all. When I was in art school, a continuing thread was healing wounds. I have a clay piece called "Heart Strings." Daniel wrote a poem by this title as well.Our work–clay sculpture and poem–was shown together at a regional show in Lake County.Here's a poem Daddy and I wrote together: "How do you heal a broken heart?" I ran it on Riehlife. It turned up on the first page of my Google search, and has been read by lots of people we've never met.http://www.riehlife.com/2008/06/09/how-do-you-heal-a-broken-heart-new-poem-by-erwin-a-thompsonAunt Janet

    Thank you, Aunt Janet, for the link to your collaboration with Grrrr. I enjoyed re-reading it today. All the more poignant, because I know and love you both. I'd like to see your clay piece sometime, and read Daniel's poem as well. I love it when poetry accompanies visual art in a display. ~ Janean

  5. Life is rich when u include jesus in yur everyday itieoerary.

  6. Originally posted by adetomideborah:

    Life is rich when u include jesus in yur everyday itieoerary.

    Thank you for that most poignant reminder of all, adetomi deborah ajao. I appreciate you pointing me UP, to Him, and not letting me wallow in my hurting heart. As a Christ Follower, He makes my heart white as snow. I am forgiven. What a gift that is. The Greatest Gift Of All. And there is no heartache in His Love for us. ~ Janean

  7. Come to d river of life u will find jesus. Come if yur heart is searching and tasty u will find christ there.

  8. Originally posted by adetomideborah:

    Come to d river of life u will find jesus. Come if yur heart is searching and tasty u will find christ there.

    Amen. So true, adetomi deborah ajao. How wonderful to be celebrating His birth in a few weeks time as well. Peace and blessings to you at Christmas and in the new year. ~ Janean

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