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Evening Prayer - 14 December 2017

The sun has set and the Vesper Lights flicker and glow

As we behold the wonder of your creation, Lord

As we marvel at the palette with which you paint your masterpiece… 58 more words


The day I found my voice

This was the first piece I wrote as a widow.  It was a Facebook note called “A Mini-Memoir”.  I wrote it one year ago.

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We Didn't Get the Baby - Guest Post From Becca

When Becca sent me an email asking to share her story I was touched. She told me she wanted to write about a different kind of loss – infertility. 1,166 more words


When in Darkness, Look for the Light: Hope for a Blue Christmas

“Have you ever noticed how everything seems wonderful at Christmas?”

“In all honesty, Spirit, no. Perhaps I never understood about Christmas…” ~ The Muppet’s Christmas Carol…

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Therapy Thursday

December 14th, 2017

I am super sad to admit that this might be one of the last Therapy Thursday’s that I write about. Grief group has officially ended today, and with the new semester of school only lasting a couple weeks after Christmas, my schedule could potentially change. 715 more words

Walking in the Light #61 Lord, You are Glorious

Lord, You are Glorious.

I haven’t blogged in days. There has been precious little time to sit in Your Presence. My days have been full. My body, weary at day’s end. 728 more words


When It's Time to Say Goodbye

This is a piece I wrote back in 2011. It isn’t specifically about Alzheimer’s, but it is about life, a topic I’ve spent a significant amount of time ruminating on this year. 426 more words