I want it to stop hurting,

I want it to stop hurting

Safehaven for Widowed members go down to Texas and to Louisiana area.

Safehaven for Widowed on Thursday evening, August 31st, 2017 had 10 members go down to Texas and to Louisiana area.To assist in the relief and rescue operations caused by hurricane Harvey to the residents in Texas and Louisiana please keep them in your prayers and everyone affected by this.
They have arrived safely, we have heard from them this morning and they are there safely. They are: Christine, George, Marie, Michelle, Rachel, Rebecca, Robert, Robin, Tony,Veronica.
Thank You,
Paul Dunphy,
Asst.: Director



Administer for our new Blog online also moderator some of her many duties are recruiting moderators and scheduling, supporting our volunteer moderators once they've assumed their new roles. I am also widowed lost my husband Aug 18, 2011.

” Star bright angels ” Anytime you see a Cardinal

Anytime you see a Cardinal

Anytime you see a Cardinal, say hi, it is a loved one from heaven that’s near by. They know you are in pain, and this is their way of comforting you.

Safehaven for Widowed bringing together

Safehavenforwidowed bringing together people who have also lost a loved one giving them the opportunity to share their grief with others.

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

Shakespeare said it best when he wrote” what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive”   This is a taut, gripping novel of deception, financial ruin  and infidelity with lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the very end. Toss in a character with a major mental illness and all of this leads to a book you won’t want to put down. The kidnapping of a 6 month old baby is the catalyst for the slow unraveling of three families. This will keep you reading until well past you bedtime but it’s so worth it.

Victoria by Daisy Goodwin

This novel, which is the basis of the PBS series,  is full of palace intrigue, family issues and ultimately a beautiful love story. Victoria is quite young when she assumes the English throne and finds herself surrounded  by those currying her favor for their own means, others wishing to see her fail because of her youth and those who are loyal to her no matter what. This is a quick, enjoyable read and a  grand companion to the series.

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

This is quite a departure from Ms Kinsella’s Shopaholic series. Katie is a research assistant struggling in all facets of her life. She loses her job which forces her to return to her childhood farm. That’s where Katie begins to discover what’s really important and starts to shape her life into what she always wanted it to be. Although there are plenty of comedic events and situations to keep you laughing, this is a much more adult approach to addressing life’s issues and everyday struggles.