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Fourteen daffodils

I woke from a weird dream a day or two after our Farther Along group’s recent writing retreat. We had discussed plans of some of our members to move or sell homes, so I’m sure that conversation was the trigger for the dream. 701 more words

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The Last Noël --- From On Loss and Living Onward

OUR LAST PARISIAN Christmas. And because we would be sending Parker, our eldest, off to college in June, we knew it would also be a “Last Christmas”—our last Christmas with all of us together, at least like this. 3,040 more words

Death

Ash Wednesday 2003

I watch as the ashes move from the clay pot to my forehead.

A few fall down on my face, on my nose, onto the chancel rail where my hands are clasped in a sort of prayer. 86 more words

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Maplewood Man Charged In Death Of 18-Month-Old Baby

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 35-year-old Maplewood man is accused of killing an 18-month-old baby girl Thursday morning, according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office.

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Pet Sematary by Stephen King

A rule of thumb- after your daughter’s newly resurrected cat comes back ‘stunted,’ 99.9% experts would advise you against burying your kid in the same Godforsaken place and in hopes that he will return from the dead as well. 570 more words

The supreme happiness in life is the conviction that we are loved

I was blessed to be the mother of someone truly delightful. You know as we get older, and our hurts in life teach us to guard our hearts? 567 more words

Good grief

While reading Patrick O’Malley’s Getting Grief Right (New York Times Opinionator column for January 10, 2015), I thought again about how each of our grief journeys are as different as we are from each other. 414 more words

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