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I have had the honor, once again, of watching a hummingbird nest through my kitchen window. I was surprised, after weeks of watching the mama bird, to see two small beaks sticking out of the nest one day. I watched … Continue reading
Every time I hear this song I think of my brother. “I see you dressed in white, all of your wrongs made right.”
We wore our pajamas and watched last year’s ball drop on YouTube. We watched the third Harry Potter movie… And toasted with sparkle “spear” as Jacob calls it. Jackson learned to toast and loved it! A new year… I can’t … Continue reading
This is going to be a tough post to write. My faith has high and low moments these days. At times, I am confident it’s the only thing getting me through, and then I stumble upon this. I’m working on … Continue reading
I have been attending Grief Share and was encouraged to write a grief letter so that people who care about me will know how I am doing, what to expect from me, and how to help. I am going to … Continue reading
It has been five months, 21 days and about 13 hours since I received the worst phone call of my life. What everyone wants to know is how I am doing. What everyone wants to hear is that I am … Continue reading
I wanted to be the first to wish you a happy birthday. I wish you were here to turn 29. I am having a really hard time with this birthday of yours. Suddenly I am drowning again. I am sick, … Continue reading
We celebrated Riley’s life with the things he loved best: family, friends, chipotle, Chevelles, and Chuck E Cheese (okay, he didn’t love chuck E Cheese BEST, at least not as an adult). It was a hard day, but we were … Continue reading
Death is so final. We hear this often, but I don’t know if we can understand, truly, what it means until it happens. It is the end of so much here on earth. Ritual, familiarity, sensory experiences, and traditions, can … Continue reading