Welcome!

Welcome to Lifeundetermined.com!

I post at least five days a week, although I do try to post every day. If there is a change in that due to illness or vacation, I will post that information here.

I hope this place is a refuge for your soul. I hope you find a way to come out of the darkness and back into the light. If you need comfort or have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

There are many ways to reach me, including:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LifeDoesntKnock

Gmail: sjbennettwrites@gmail.com

Twitter: SBennett1994

I have found that anyone who suffers loss or has faced recent struggles can find strength here. We all need a little support. If reading this blog helped you, please share with your friends and family.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Stop by often to see new content.

Until we meet again, be well, friend!
Sara

11 Responses to Welcome!

  1. Thank you for checking out my blog and liking a post I wrote. It certainly appreciate it. You have a talent blogging, so please keep it up. Looking forward for more posts.

  2. jillhk says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Just Breathe, I’ve been a widow for 7 months today. It’s been good to write about it.

    • Sara says:

      You are welcome. The stories are important and so is the journey. I’m glad you found an outlet in writing. It really is a great place to sort through the fog.

      I hope you hang around here a little bit, I would love to get your feedback and get to know you a little better.

      Talk to you soon.
      Sara

  3. justme4now2 says:

    Thank you, Sara. Yes I am a widow. Yes there was oppression and abuse. I hope my blog will be a way to grow through it. But it is hard for me to be transparent so I am ambiguous because it makes me feel safe. All the stories and feelings are true but I use an allegory or a paradox to tell it. I am less likely to be identified that way. I like your freedom to boldly reveal yourself.

    • Sara says:

      I understand the need for anonymity. I’m glad that at least with anonymity, you can be honest. Sharing your identity and honest experiences is hard: it feels sorta like you are standing naked in a room full of people. Some you trust and some you don’t know well enough to trust. And, then, there is the fact that what I say could affect people other people I know. For me, that was the only way to go.

      I must say, I am still confused. was the absue at the hands of your husband, or something else? If you could share, it would make it clearer for me…if you can do it without risking revealing who you are.

      Take care. I hope you visit often!

  4. Sara, Thanks for checking me out. I’m retired and started writing when we moved to Florida. I’m sorry you lost your husband …Be well, Claudia

    • Sara says:

      Claudia-

      Randy’s been gone 11 years. It was a very long hard road, but we all, even the kids, are doing well now. Being young and a widow was hard–not a lot out there for us. So, a promise to myself was to change that. And, I would love to do it while managing to make some writing dreams come true. I am very excited.

      I have to say, one of the things I love most is the use of ‘mr. wonderful’. I just love it.
      Sara

  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I look forward to visiting yours often.

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