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- Mountain Top Moments July 13, 2016
- 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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I place woven butterfly fabric in the center of the table, a pillar candle in the middle and my cracked stone heart off to the side. This is what I call the Sacred Space – the place where we will … Continue reading →
I saw a Twitter post a few weeks ago about “Selfies” being taken at funerals and I have to admit I panicked thinking that people were somehow including the deceased in the picture. Thank goodness I was wrong – the … Continue reading →
BA HUM BUG! That is what I say under my breath when people invite me to another holiday party. That is what I feel baking my traditional cookies and putting up those old, familiar decorations. I cry out when I … Continue reading →
In the front of the church, a small altar stands in the middle of the raised steps, holding fourteen red candles. There is a white banner beside this altar with the word RESURRECTION made of gold fabric letters. Fourteen bells … Continue reading →
Two steps up to a small concrete porch with a wrought-iron railing, you enter an arched door leading into the front hallway. The living room and dining room is the entire length of our cream-city brick house on 91st Street. … Continue reading →
Golden apple pie with sauce oozing through the lattice-topped crust; the cinnamon sugar topping of pistachio nut bread crunching between my teeth; say the words Grandma Helen’s, and I become Pavlov’s dog as I recall her ritual of showing her … Continue reading →