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Christmas spirit lost a little bit of it's sparkle

The news you never want to hear… a friend of mine just lost her baby 2 weeks before she was due to have him. I’m in shock and cannot even think or imagine what she is going trough. 50 more words

The Loss of My Friend ...

Two years ago today, in a little while, one of my closest friends died. Her death has impacted me profoundly and there truly hasn’t been a day that has gone by without her in my thoughts. 798 more words

A Brief Eulogy

Innocence Lost

It has been one week since the Sydney siege.  I’m not entirely sure what it is that I want to say in this post.  But the best thing, I suspect, is just to begin writing and see where it ends up. 489 more words

star trek and tears

I tuned in late to the Star Trek on Saturday night. When I joined the show it was about 10 minutes into the show. It was one of my favorites. 307 more words

Death

Christmas Hope and New Year’s Reflections: My Feet Set on Earth, My Eyes, Mind, and Heart Set on Eternity with THE SON

With the second Christmas without Taylor, I’ve tried to adjust to the new normal of living without our son. Another season of peace, hope and joy…how do I keep the peace, hope and joy? 1,540 more words

Grief

The Longest Night

The longest night of the year is tonight, the winter solstice, the darkest day, the day before the light starts to stay just a bit longer. 844 more words

Assurance

The Christmas Parade

On the evening of December 20, 1968 my parents were married in a Christmas service.

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Forty-six years later, on the evening of another December 20th, my family represented my father as Grand Marshal in the Christmas Parade. 1,024 more words