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Growing Bonds, Dissapearing of Time

I just put the babies down for a nap, 9:16AM. We’ve gone back to two naps in the past few days, partly by design, partly due to runny noses and the babies night time coughing. 514 more words


Swallowing Grief

I recently heard, “Grief is like the ocean; it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming.” I have been swimming in a sea of sorrow for fourteen years. 408 more words

Views On Life

Shine on..

I’m sure when Mother’s Day & Father’s Day where invented the success of it was never expected.  Someone somewhere must have thought it a great way to make money.   454 more words


Overcoming Grief and Self Healing


No one is ever really prepared for the passing of a loved one.

No one is ever really prepared for the passing of a parent. 367 more words


What I Lost Last Week

“Where you used to be, there is a hole in the world, which I find myself constantly walking around in the daytime, and falling in at night. 1,425 more words


A Cup of Coffee in the Mourning

Hello there,

Want to grab a cup of coffee and sit with me for a minute?

Sorry for the silence. I’ve been taking a little breather from all things writing. 351 more words


On His 15th Birthday

The last birthday my son got to share with his father was his 11th.  The pictures are amazing.  I was, as usual, the picture taker, and caught an amazing picture of Andrew and Mark hugging over the shiny new bike. 286 more words