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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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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
To Thine Own Self Be True
November is National Family Caregiver Month – here is my reflection on my experience as a caregiver… Taking care of others starts early for me as my mother is chronically ill as I grow up. My time spent playing with … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged babysitting, burnout, calling, candles, caregiver, caregiving, childhood, chronic stress, chronically ill, dancing, emotional, exhaustion, family, father, God, grief, hurting, joy, laugh, lessons, lonely, media, mother, nature, Nurse, outside, overextended, physical, prayer, self-care, sickness, sisters, songs, spiritual, struggling, teaching, thread, vulnerable, woven, yoga 6 Comments
So you think you can dance?
Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Salsa, dancing is one of my passions. This love of dance starts in my childhood, dancing while standing on my father’s feet, watching Shirley Temple tap dance, and studying John Travolta’s moves in Saturday Night Fever as a … Continue reading
Posted in My story, Transitions Tagged ballet, calves, Carol Burnett, college, coping, countryside, dance, dorms, emotional, Facebook, flexible, freshmen, good-bye, jazz, John Travolta, life transition, Loss, Oprah, physical, salsa, separation, Shirley Temple, tap, tears, University of Minnesota-Mankato, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2 Comments