Tag Archives: grieving
What should we get her? I don’t know! Dead bug? Got her that last year! Oh man!
When you lose a loved one, they warn you that there are many “firsts”. They’re usually referring to the first Christmas, the first Easter, the first party without him/her, the first time you go to church alone. And they are … Continue reading
I dunno. Waddayouwannado? Go to a movie? I hear “Lincoln” is good. Yeh? Are there any cats in it? I dunno. Looks cold outside. Yeah…
Come on, Mom, you can do it! Oh, I don’t know, honey, I’ve never done this before, and it scares me! And I’m old! What if I break something? Come on, Grandma, you can do it!! Oh, crud, I don’t … Continue reading
I am continually amazed at how deep the hole is that contains my grief. How naive can one soul be? Did I think this would be easy? How funny, too, that Sundays are on one hand my favorite days, and … Continue reading
And another thing. The blessing that is the relationship between a mother and her grown daughters — well, it’s hard to describe. I am beyond fortunate to have this gift. And it’s a true gift from God. During this last … Continue reading