How do you share your storytelling memories with your passed over loved ones?
‘Hope Talk with Rosa’ welcomes Marilou Coombs as she shares memories and stories of her passed over father’s upbringing: From an orphan boy to serving in the army in Lebanon and from marrying to their family relationships then his illness to his passing. Keeping one’s memory alive can be both comforting and also a way to remember them by; Perhaps there is a life lesson in it? Perhaps it is a way to connect to who they were? This is a unique journey and there is no right or wrong way to express this part of one’s personal relationship with the one who is no longer present in the physical.
Read more about Marilou Coombe and her family focused business at https://mariloucoombe.com/
Raw, unedited aspects of life conversation. You will hear my voice squeal and even hit a low pitch. All guests share real-life happenings. ‘Hope Talk with Rosa’ is about us. I aspire to inspire you. I also like to encourage others to inspire the community. To keep the flow of uncomfortable conversations moving. I advocate for stories of birth, loss and the grieving process. They are not always welcomed topics of conversation. As a writer and publisher, I divulge in the creative expression of the spoken word and transform life experiences into literature.