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Troubling Triggers

Without question my grief trigger over the last three years has been music. From day one music has triggered for me sadness and pain. I can honestly say that I hated music, I hated everything about it and I found it nearly inescapable no matter how fast I tried to run from it. 508 more words


The Worst Pain

Recently, some grieving people were discussing their losses. They talked about the pain and sorrow of losing a loved one. The also discussed the comfort they had found through their faith. 476 more words


It is well with my soul

It has been a while since I wrote something here on my Jesse blog. I am pretty sure I have been going through the depression stage of grief and for me this means that when I sit down to write the spirit to do it is absent. 889 more words

Jesse Apple Blog


Well, Monday I did what I have advised everyone not to do.  I stayed in bed all day.  I didn’t take a shower or change out of my pajamas.  1,460 more words

I Let You Go

Clare Mackintosh’s I Let You Go is a mystery broken into 2 parts all defined by a dark night one November night in Bristol when a Jacob dies in a hit and run accident. 184 more words


REVIEW: Stars in the Grass by Ann Marie Stewart

The McAndrews family is reeling after the tragic death of their youngest family member, Joel.  At age 3, Joel is killed in a freak accident.  The McAndrews family is also a pastor’s family and the death brings unique challenges for the family.  119 more words

Book Reviews

A Christmas confession

I am struggling with holiday depression. I feel its heavy pull today so I write with the reins in hand pulling back hard to keep me from writing too deep into the darkness I feel.  442 more words