Tags » Grief » Page 2

Fourteen.

Someone died today. A young man, only 21 years old. I didn’t have the privilege of knowing him, but his death still touched my heart. This is a perfect example of the ripple effect I talked about in my last post. 295 more words

Grief

Loss of a loved one.

Loss a loved one is the most unimaginable pain that any one could ever feel. Wether its a friend, family member, a parent or worse a child. 301 more words

10 things you inevitably learn after losing a loved one

Okay, I will not sugarcoat this, but losing someone you love will never get easier. Yes, you will move on but the grief always stays with you. 685 more words

Love

"Ups and Downs" by Cindy

I’ve had a couple of tough days this week.  I’m not sure why exactly, but this infertility grief seems to well up out of nowhere from time to time. 1,489 more words

One year ago

The news is filled with pain and anger and violence in Ferguson, Missouri. While I can’t begin to understand the suffering and grief for many, I find myself distracted from those events from my own memories of this particular day. 218 more words

At the Frick

At the Frick

Unfiltered mind: eyes brown-black, quick
as needed, no more. Wet grasses
deadened leaves, a cold sun flashes.
All soil, scent: her canvas at the Frick. 25 more words

Photography

The Holiday

The great part of my job, are the people that I get to meet every day. Some of my Client’s I’ve had just for a few short days, others I have had for years. 632 more words

Family