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A Poem – Succumbing to Grief?
Faces of emaciated caged dogs, appear on the television screen, the swollen bellies of children we have never seen. Closer to home, a young girl’s life draws to an end – from an invasive tumor growing in her head. A … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Grief, Hardships, Inspiration, Life's Losses, My story, poems, Spirituality Tagged balance, Christ, chronic illness, dance, disaster, dread, grace, grief, hardships, light, losses, meditate, sing, substance abuse, trauma, unemployment 3 Comments
Losing Myself to Adulthood
I am riding in the car with my husband, windows partially down, wind blowing my hair, enjoying the smell of the damp spring air after the rainstorm. We round the corner, passing a row of pine trees as the memory … Continue reading
Posted in Childhood, death, Friends, Gifts from Nature, Grief, grieving, growth, Life's Losses, My story, Transitions Tagged backyard, car, celebrations, childhood, dance, fort, friends, grief, imagination, inner child, lightning, memory, play, rainstorm, skip, thunder, wind 8 Comments
So you think you can dance?
Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Salsa, dancing is one of my passions. This love of dance starts in my childhood, dancing while standing on my father’s feet, watching Shirley Temple tap dance, and studying John Travolta’s moves in Saturday Night Fever as a … Continue reading
Posted in My story, Transitions Tagged ballet, calves, Carol Burnett, college, coping, countryside, dance, dorms, emotional, Facebook, flexible, freshmen, good-bye, jazz, John Travolta, life transition, Loss, Oprah, physical, salsa, separation, Shirley Temple, tap, tears, University of Minnesota-Mankato, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2 Comments