Monthly Archives: February 2012

Good Grief

Good grief. How many times have I used that expression? I am usually exasperated when I say that. Now, I look at it differently. I wish there were such a thing as good grief. I am completely surprised at the … Continue reading

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Vacation, vacation…

Well, I’m back from vacation and everything is unpacked. Now to sorting the mail and getting caught up. Ughhh!  Couple of fun notations from the trip for you. The Market Restaurant in Florida City is absolutely wonderful. Fresh vegetables, home-cooked … Continue reading

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Snorkeling

Well, I know this doesn’t sound like a blog about grief recovery, but It is in a small way. Part of recovery, as I see it, is moving forward. While sometimes that means we do things that bring back memories … Continue reading

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Healing is part of the process

I am wondering about rose-colored glasses. Is it healthy when you only remember the good about someone or are you being polite or are you not actually healing? I think we need perspective for healthy living, even if it brings fresh tears, … Continue reading

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Friends, please join “The Badger Team” on September 15, 2012 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s at America the Beautiful Park in downtown Colorado Springs. We had a great time last year and followed the walk with a fun lunch … Continue reading

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Good News

The Obama Administration committed new resources today for fighting Alzheimer’s and for research. Yeaaaaaa! I don’t care what your politics are, and neither does Alzheimer’s, we need money to find a cure for this disease. Statistics now say one out … Continue reading

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The cost of ‘I’m sorry’

Sometimes I say things poorly. The best of intentions go awry. Our perspectives are so different that we see – or hear – the same things differently. This recently happened to me and hind-sight may make it clear – but … Continue reading

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