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Much Needed Support

I didn’t sleep much last night – kept waking up realizing that Goldie was no longer by my side. When I finally did get up, I tried to start a new routine. 188 more words

Family

LETTER #17

“Your thoughts, he’s telling me he is already in your thoughts”, Mindie said.

I could have thrown up the moment she said that.

I remember the first time something weird happened. 478 more words

Why Memorial Day Isn't For You | SpouseBUZZ.com

I seldom repost other blog articles, but this one by Traci Moran has stayed with me since I read it a few days ago. My friend, Lynette Wilson, brought it to my attention on Facebook.  274 more words

Grief

Serendipity

Sometimes serendipity smacks you in the face and there is no explanation for it. That is what happened to me tonight. I had dinner with two perfect strangers… Serendipitous strangers. 402 more words

In Real Life

What Am I Now?

What am I now? Am I a daughterless mother? That sounds like an oxymoron, two words that contradict themselves. My 21 year old daughter, Holly Noel, died on October 12, 2012. 822 more words

Grief

5/24/15

Dear Jacob

In church today I was struggling with a bit of anger at Jesus. They were preaching from Luke17:11-19. Where the ten lepers were healed and only one gave thanks for the healing. 190 more words

Cancer

Care giving is so romantic!

Sometimes I ramble around the internet reading stuff. Many topics interest me, so these cyber jaunts are conscious stimulation of the real me. And in all honesty they are also escapes from the limited me imposed by care giving. 466 more words

Care Giving