- Tears Come With Joy and Sorrow August 18, 2016
- 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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Wiggling Through the Darkness Cut in Two
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
Posted in death, Gifts from Nature, Grief, grieving, growth, Inspiration, My story, Transitions, Uncategorized Tagged childhood, darkness, Earth, faithful, father, grief, heal, heart, Hound, journey, light, Mark Nepo, memories, mind, nature, outside, pain, prayers, rainstorm, The Book of Awakening, worms, wounds 1 Comment
Grief with Wings
My son Matt is thirteen months old when he takes his first airplane flight. His father Chris and I are heading to Arizona to spend time with my sisters and their families and to introduce Matt to his extended family. … Continue reading
Posted in death, Grief, grieving, My story, parents, Transitions Tagged accomplishment, airline, airplane, airport, celebration, cockpit, dream, emotions, father, flight, flight attendant, flight instructor, grief, jet, memories, passengers, pilot, son, trip, wings 8 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