project semicolon
At least twice I was prevented from taking my life. http://www.projectsemicolon.org/
I promised not to harm myself again. http://becauseisaidiwould.com/
survivor bracelet
I am a domestic violence survivor.
charm bracelet
My grandchildren love me, my mother valued me.
My mother was strong and unique. Her DNA is within me.

13 thoughts on “Talismans

  1. Reblogged this on Phylor's Blog and commented:

    I wanted to reblog Sheri’s Talisman post. I have my talisman — different items, different reasons — but they signify something important. A promise. A love. A friendship.
    What are your talismans?


  2. I would love to reblog this for my Night/Morning therapy today.
    I have a necklace that was my father’s with a sword, I added a inuksuk, and after my mother’s death, the butterfly she got when my dad got his sword. Some times I’m afraid to wear it because I might lose it — I lose things, jewelry hooks break, etc.
    I love your talisman bracelets which is why I’d like to reblog. Thanks in advance for your permission.

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