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Anxiety Advenutes: Tax Edition. 

They say every person in your life is sent to you for a purpose. Since Jensen has been born, I’ve met all kinds of beautiful souls that I would never have known if he had lived. 961 more words


Throwing Away Your Crap Doesn't Mean I Didn't Love You

Dan hated it when I called him a hoarder, but he had this thing about keeping EVERYTHING. (Buy me a drink and I’ll tell you a story about a box of rocks, enough baseball mitts to field a team, and every letter his mom and grandma ever sent him). 377 more words


Bad Days and Good Dys

So I haven’t been on here in a while. I have been doing work and life things that take you away from the constant reminders that you have lost someone. 397 more words

Grief Journey

The Grief Mirror

This post is not trolling for sympathy. In fact, I hesitated quite a bit before posting it. In the end, I decided it was important to share my story in the hopes it might help someone else. 892 more words


It's Your Move.

So you’re all packed, ready for the next step of your journey — but you have no idea where you’re going. Aces. Actually, that might not be a bad thing. 923 more words

It Gets Better

Shortly after Dan died, Julie showed up at my door. She sat with me and assured me that, while I wouldn’t believe her now, things would get better. 184 more words


It's been a day. 

Just one of those nights. After the kids have gone to bed and the house is eerily quite. I never turn the TV on anymore it seems. 463 more words