Thursday, October 29, 2009

Untold Stories & Ramblings of an old Woodswoman

There once was a little girl who grew up in Clark County, WA. She already had many untold stories starting about the age of 5 and by the time she hit 14 she was changing her little brothers diaper and was pulled by the arm into her room and hit against all 4 walls. The quote that day was prove to me once and for all you love me more than her. The girl did not understand why she was attacked in such a way. Now she is grown she has raised beautiful children with good hearts and has tried to live in balance and harmony with her family and community. But once again she is being pulled from the room and beat around all 4 walls for no good reason only this time it is not just her but many other people, there is a beautiful scenic ecosystem, plants, animals, unreplaceable waterways involved. She is still unsure of who to talk to and where to turn just like that 14 year old girl who's story remains untold.
Please help if you hear this untold story.
My prayers go out to all those who have no voice today. Many Blessing, Erin


Florence said...

There are so many untold stories in our world, we just have to remember who to call on in our deepest hour of pain. My prayers are with you all. I embrace your precious heart and see positive things happening for all concerned. Hugs Florence

robinbird said...

Erin you speak straight from the heart with so much passion. I pray your voice be heard and that it brings the change you seek. I appreciated the comment on my post and your reference to it here on your blog. I linked back here on todays post.