Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Well of Sorrow…

A sweet friend sent me this picture this morning in a private Facebook message:   This is from the book by Ana T. Forrest entitled Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit.  This particular section, … Continue reading

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Now and Forever

I’ve always loved Carole King, and this is my most-favorite of her songs. It is the perfect soundtrack for some of my favorite pictures of my sweet, sweet man. I miss him so much…

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A glimpse into the future…

It’s Spring Break here in Oregon and I am getting a bit of a glimpse into my future. My youngest child (a 17 year old high school junior) is visiting my oldest daughter and son-in-love in Seattle for the week. … Continue reading

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Time After Time…

I heard this song on the radio on my way into work this morning. I think it is the first time I’ve heard it since Danny died. I’ve always loved the song – and Cyndi Lauper – but it took … Continue reading

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100 days…

…since I’ve held your hand. 100 days since I’ve kissed your lips. 100 days since I laid my head across your chest, begging God to let me feel your heart beating. 100 days since that cold afternoon – it was … Continue reading

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Kindness…

In the days immediately following Danny’s death, my oldest daughter noted that the word “kind” kept reappearing in online tributes to him.  “Kind”, as defined by Webster when used as an adjective*, means, “having or showing a gentle nature and a … Continue reading

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Sweet (?) 16

“Sweet 16” – a March Madness reference? No. For once in my life in mid-March, no.  16 months ago today, I drove up to Portland to have my first date with Danny. I was so excited. Nervous, too, but mostly … Continue reading

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