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There is no television. The radio is off, the birds congregating near the shoreline the only chatter we hear. Civilization seems distant from our cabin in the woods as my husband and I break from technology, escape becomes synonymous with … Continue reading
This article is the second in a two-part series, you can read last week’s post Intergenerational Grief – Billy, Part I here. I saw multiple loses during my years as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse. Babies were born prematurely, some died during delivery … Continue reading
I am ten years old; my knobby knees shaking as I stand upon the high diving board getting ready to jump as the last test of my abilities. After six weeks of swimming lessons, they think I am ready for … Continue reading
Last week’s rainstorms put me in a gloomy mood, so I don my raincoat and vinyl boots and walk outside with my dog. I have often told others to get outdoors, to seek nature as a way to heal, to … Continue reading
I just began reading Becky Aikman’s book entitled, Saturday Night Widows: The Adventures of Six Friends Remaking Their Lives. You can learn a little more about the premise of the book by watching the author. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fMeLlTMygc Looking back when I … Continue reading