As I leaned back in the kitchen chair with a cup of coffee in my hand, a sliver of sunshine pierced through the deck window and interrupted my thoughts. Sweet sunshine; it is a difficult commodity to come by in ...
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                                                                                                                             There are so many phases and stages of the grief process that it makes my head spin. My husband was at the Mayo clinic in Rochester Mn and was in his last days on this planet. I had to ...
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A droplet of water hits a puddle. In that instant of impact, it forms a shape that is unseen by the human eye.  In it's lightening speed, we don't see it's beauty... but it there. Something beautiful and unique was ...
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If we are to be genuinely happy again, we must prepare our selves for the possibility of it all, and to accept that we deserve it.  It may seem like Intestinal fortitude is not always within us after such loss ...
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I hope everyone is making it through Christmas OK this year. "OK" what's that? well, I don't know. Everyone's barometer is different on that one.For me it is being able to walk through it all, endure the sadness, but somewhere ...
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Hello everyone! This week was an enlightening week.  I learned a wonderful lesson this week of the truest meaning of friendship.  "People come in and out of your life when they are supposed to"  It is one of my deepest ...
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Seeking pieces of a broken heart after life defining loss is a long difficult journey. Hiding painful wounds is something we learn along the way, and sometimes the hiding places become sacred burial ground that gives us a way to ...
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As we enter the season of thanks and gratitude, I am so incredibly thankful for all of my sisters who are walking the path of grief with me.  I would like to share with you my story of magical dysfunction ...
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