Author Archives: heidih45

About heidih45

I am a mom who has a 24 yr old son who has been addicted to drugs for 8 years but is currently in rehab. I use poetry as a release as I've learned you need to get those feelings out or they can be so destructive on your health. ♡♡♡

My Wish

My  wish is that all our loved ones could see the light and take that step, start their fight! If they would just reach out their hand and trust that God will help them stand. To free their souls and … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Instinct

I try so hard to hide my pain, worry, and anxiety. It’s bottled up and shoved way done and hidden where no one can see. Like a double agent I go through life as if nothing is wrong, my life … Continue reading

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Instant Gratification

I think about our world today and how different it has become, it’s a place of instant gratification no more waiting for what is to come. I remember growing up and running home to see, if at some point throughout … Continue reading

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Be Still

Be still my heart and listen, for he is there. Be still my fears and listen, for he is there. It’s when we stop and be still we realize God is everywhere. He hears our prayers, he knows our plight, … Continue reading

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I Know

I long for the day I look into my son’s beautiful brown eyes and all I see looking back is that amazing sparkle. I’ve missed it so much but I know one day that special angel will bring him that … Continue reading

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So Much Loss

So much loss in our world today it shakes me to my core. Too many young lives gone to soon, now angels knocking on heavens door. Why can’t this country wake up and see the total destruction of our society. … Continue reading

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I Broke Free

Let’s welcome our newest blogger Heidi Houle. Her words strike a chord among families of those struggling as only someone who has walked in our shoes can do. Thank you Heidi! The day I told the world my son was … Continue reading

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