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- Help Within A Stone April 1, 2016
- Living After A Child Dies January 10, 2016
- Looking Death in the Face – The Story of a Naïve Nurse October 8, 2015
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Entering Into Grief – A Leap of Faith
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
Posted in Childhood, Faith, family, Friends, Grief, growth, Inspiration, My story, Spirituality, Summer, Uncategorized Tagged Beluga whale, breath, challenge, diving board, emotions, family, fear, friends, grief, leap of faith, life-jacket, Loss, Mark Nepo, pool, safety, summer, swimmer, swimming lessons, The Book of Awakening, water, waves 4 Comments
Who Am I?
My heart is heavy. Trying to catch my breath I feel so unsteady. Concentration is a thing of the past along with patience and my inborn sass. I look in the mirror and I can’t see, the woman I knew as … Continue reading
Posted in Grief, In The Beginning, My story, poems, Single parenting, Transitions, Uncategorized Tagged aged, breath, crisis, cry, death, father, fetal position, grief, heart, lifetime, needs, unsteady 2 Comments