Widows of Hope Virtual 5k Run/Walk - Oct 17, 2020 Register
As I began the grieving process, I often felt like I had huge signs like this one plastered on my chest and back. I felt like when I went out in public, anyone could easily see I was only half ...
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Last week, I was attacked by a terrible cold. My usual cold routine is: 1. Feel strange and sickly for a day and 2. Feel better the next day. My sinus rinse and I can launch quite a defense. But ...
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Here's a thought to ponder for today by Lemony Snicket. One wanders through life as if wandering through a field in the dark of night, wearing a blindfold and very heavy shoes, with a poisonous toad waiting patiently beneath a ...
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As I was shopping last week, my eyes and ears were immediately drawn to an elderly couple standing at the cake department. Their frailty was apparent; yet, their voices were jubilant and lively as they explained to the baker, that ...
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i was talking to a widow the other day about the anger that often accompanies grief, and I was reminded of how, early on, I sometimes felt so full of anger at how things had turned out that I felt ...
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Today I took my daughter, her friend and my niece to the State Fair. First stop: All you can eat ice cream social. Second stop: Team roping and horses! Third stop: The rest of the fair. The monsoon created a ...
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This is a selfish post and I hope you can help me. My father-in-law passed away two weeks ago after spending most of this year in a care center. He had dementia for years, so to me, his passing was ...
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I attended a family reunion last week. The gathering was for all the grandchildren of my paternal grandparents, Junius and Gertrude Romney. The morning of the reunion, I visited a nearby small museum created in honor of the incredible group of ...
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I have mentioned in an earlier post that my husband's death removed nearly all fear from me. I figured I had been through one of the hardest things I could ever imagine and I am still standing. In that spirit, ...
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