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Memories of Thanksgivings Past....

Today has been very nostalgic and emotional for me. I never realized how precious memories really are until suffering such a deep loss a week ago when my sweet husband Dave passed away.  879 more words

We all deal differently

We all deal with things differently. Going through the death of my son has shown me that in so many ways.

I was at a conference recently where I saw and reconnected with people who I haven’t seen in a long time. 972 more words

No Longer in Pain But in Glory

Time is moving slowly right now, dreams haven’t been dreamt these last sleepless nights. As I sit in my naturally dim family room, a room that I never seem to care for. 361 more words


Dear Mom . . .

Today (27 November 2014) is exactly one month since you closed your eyes for the last time and left this mortal earth for a better life way beyond our comprehension. 1,012 more words


A poem of Thanksgiving comfort

I wrote this poem this morning in thinking about the different emotions Thanksgiving may conjure for some. To all, the holidays are not celebratory, but as the years pass, hopefully joy will build momentum and eventually lead to peace. 68 more words


I always will.

It’s almost two months since my grandfather died.

Right now, I still can’t comprehend all my thoughts. In fact, I secretly wish that I can still see him.  775 more words


First National Day of Mourning, Thursday, November 26, 1970

Reblogged from MassMoments eMoments (emoments@massmoments.org):

On This Day…in 1970, a group of Native Americans attending a Thanksgiving feast in Plymouth walked out in protest. The Indians and their supporters gathered on a hill overlooking Plymouth Rock near a statue of Massasoit, the Wampanoag leader who had greeted the Mayflower passengers 350 years earlier. 852 more words

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