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There are days in your life that replay over and over in your memory and this will be one I never forget. It is Tuesday, February 13th, 1990. My husband Chris goes to his roofing job before sunrise, not waking … Continue reading
Our children had four grandfathers because of our unique blended family. If you don’t already know our story read it here. Hank is my first husband’s father, and he was the last one of the grandpas to die. That was … Continue reading
It has taken a year, both of us working full-time, to save for the down payment for our first home. The lannon-stone house built in the 1950s, sits on a half-acre lot, nestled between farmland. There is no extra money … Continue reading
I was honored to be approached by The Kindness Blog to write an article about the ways in which kindness has affected my life…this is the story I submitted. He didn’t kiss me goodbye in the morning, believing that it … Continue reading
Jeff and I meet in June 1990 and grief is the topic of our first conversation. Both of us are young when our spouses die tragically and suddenly, leaving us with young children and changing our worlds forever. You can … Continue reading