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Tag Archives: deceased
“For All the Saints”
Posted on October 30, 2013 by Greet Grief
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 →
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged All Hallows Day, Alleluia, altar, banner, brave, candles, chime, church, congregational members, deceased, empathy, fight, For All the Saints, God, heart rate, heaven, hymn, pastor, pew, praying, resurrection, sacred, shaking, solemn, strong, support, tears, trembling, widow, William How | 4 Comments
No Place Like Home.
Posted on September 25, 2013 by Greet Grief
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 →
Posted in Life's Losses | Tagged challenge pack, childhood, connection, crying, deceased, downsizing, goodbye, grief, heart, home, journal, laughing, Loss, loved one, memorial, memories, neighbors, possessions, selling home, traumatic, travel | 4 Comments
Remembering Through Rituals and Traditions
Posted on July 31, 2013 by Greet Grief
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 →