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Saying Good-bye to Another Dad
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
Posted in death, family, grandparents, Grief, grieving, Healing, Lessons from others, Life's Losses, My story, parents, Reflection, Relationships Tagged alcoholism, children, daughter, dementia, father-in-law, grandchildren, grandpa, grief, husband, memories, photographer, pictures, relationships, son, stress, Wisconsin Gas Company, WWII 5 Comments
Why Am I Grieving If You Are Still Alive?
A six-foot tall, healthy and trim man with a mustache stands erect at the foot of my husband Chris’ casket. He watches me and brings me water despite the “no beverages in the visitation room” policy of the funeral home. … Continue reading
Posted in funerals, Grief, grieving, Lessons from others, Life's Losses, My story, Transitions Tagged Alzheimer's Disease, Beertown Blazes, caregiving, casket, cognitive, courage, funeral home, grief, grieving, meditation, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, photographer, physical, prayer, stroke, transitions, Traumatic Head Injury 6 Comments