Welcome to My Sacred Embers Blog
This is my first blog and I decided I should introduce myself to you. I am the creator of Sacred Embers. My name is Carolyn Osborne and I never realized how amazing Sacred Embers would be or that it would be such an important thing to me. And it has become so important for others. Life changing in some cases.
I am, and have always been, an artist. Creating is so important to me and art is such an emotional thing. It touches your heart and your soul. I feel that although I lost my brother and that is how Sacred Embers came into my life it has been a wonderful healing thing for me and I know that with each Sacred Embers that I create my brother David is there with me.
In future blogs I will talk about many things regarding Sacred Embers, death, feelings, the afterlife…….who knows what else. There are so many subjects to talk about. One thing that would be great is for people to become more comfortable talking about death. After all, it’s going to happen to all of us, to everyone we know. It should be an event as cherished and celebrated as birth.
It’s Not “Just a Dog……Cat….”
Embrace Life's Many Treasures
Yesterday I had lunch with a very dear friend. She was a Sacred Embers client. That’s how I met her. Her name is Erika. She came to me several years ago with a broken heart and the ashes of her sweet heart dog Lulu. We clicked from the moment we met. We laughed and we cried as she told me stories of her baby. We talk often and try to see each other once a month to catch up. We have many similar experiences in life and having that time to catch up and share what is currently going on in our lives has become very important. It’s always as if we saw each other the day before.
Life is full of so many types of treasures. Embrace them. Cherish the little things in life and know that nothing is a coincidence. The people that step into your life are there for a reason. We all have gifts to share with each other. It may be forever or it may be for a moment. There are so many things connecting all of us. Every strand of our lives are intertwined.