Judson's Legacy

Dried Up


I think my tear ducts had dried up for several weeks; even when I wanted to cry as a release to all the feelings in my soul, the tears just wouldn’t come.  However, it seems the floodgates have reopened and I haven’t been able to hold back the tears for many days now.

Strangely, I feel more healthy when my tears flow.

3 Responses to "Dried Up"

  1. aunt sue says:

    Thanks Christy for being who you are. Love, aunt sue

  2. Laura says:

    I am so sorry for your tears Christina. I wish I could give you a big hug.

    Tears are healing. There is freedom in it, but it still hurts to do it.

    There is a man who is a singer for Billy Graham and he said this:

    ?It is in the quiet crucible of our personal private sufferings
    that our noblest dreams are born and Gods greatest gifts are given,
    and often given in compensation for what we?ve been through.?

    – Wintley Phipps

    Yours sincerely,


  3. Nicky and Jonah says:

    Dear Christina,
    im trying to find the right words.Or better said im trying to write what i like to say.I tink every single tear that comes up and runs down your face is good.It is a relief and sure better than crying on the inside.Because if you do that your feelings start to freeze in.And feelings are so valuable .That how we can show how we feel what we think who we are and what touches us.Every tear that is not shed when its needed is a big loss.i know every single one hurts.It does hurt if you do cry and it hurts if you dont.If you ask me.Beeing able again after a long time to cry is painful but needed.In our thoughts you and your family are always with us.I send you a big hug and hope you will find some comfort.Thank you so much for sharing all this with us.Take care
    you are in our hearts and we do feel with you
    Nicky and Jonah

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