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My Fears for the Boy Who's Daddy Went to Heaven to Soon

Growing up, I heard the chatter that was redundant fall out of every parent’s mouth:

They grow up too soon.”

“It seems like yesterday they were in diapers.” … 669 more words

Grief

CAMP WIDOW Part 1

When we are in grade school many of us visited camps during the summer to keep us out of our parents hair. Our parents could enjoy a short time to get caught up with chores or projects that could just be done faster with all the kidos away for a week. 932 more words

Grief

Little moments

This weekend I did the first of my long runs for my half marathon training.  My training cycle has gotten off to a slow but steady start.   362 more words

Widowhood

Runner's World Never Mentions Marathon Training During Alabama Summer Months Can Trigger Grief

To make the summer months pass a little quicker, I signed up for a Fall Marathon in Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minnesota back in March. It did not register that I will be doing most of my marathon training in the dead of summer, in Alabama. 532 more words

I wasn't done loving you

I could think of a million reasons why you couldn’t die.

Our daughter wasn’t old enough to ride a bike.  She needed  you to teach her.   662 more words

The First Year

My one fun night in New York City

Bryon spent the last two and a half weeks of his life in New York City.  I had him moved from our regional medical center because he needed better care.   527 more words

Grief

What He Said in Not So Many Words....I Will Return

Yesterday was one year since Sean left us, some days it feels like an eternity and others feels like little time has passed. Throughout the last year I have seen many signs that Sean is close by and it brings me much comfort. 755 more words

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