Living through the aftermath - JJ Landis
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Living through the aftermath

steve austin

photo by Steve Austin


…The need for escape gnawed at me. I grabbed an umbrella and headed out for a walk. I ambled aimlessly, splashing in puddles, all the time knowing that I was acting like a little kid romping in the water. But I wasn’t a carefree child anymore. You don’t get to be carefree when your mom commits suicide.


I felt the rain deep within me. I was cold and wet all through my insides, as well as on the outside…


Read this entire post at Steve Austin writes about messy grace and is getting published all over the place! It’s an honor to be a guest writer on his blog!

  • Steve
    Posted at 11:38h, 08 February Reply

    Such a strong, heart-wrenching piece. Yet it’s hopeful and I’m thankful for that. Your story will change lives!

    • JJ Landis
      Posted at 11:42h, 08 February Reply

      Thanks Steve!

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