Category Archives: Grief

Thoughts on Years Passing

Originally posted on Bobbi Lu & Susie Q:
-Bobbi Lu – -Susie Q. – Remember when we were kids? Death was far away and not in the circle of our reality. As we grew, we came to understand that death,…

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Snow in May! ha ha. I don’t mind the moisture but I do kind of mind the cold. There are two flats of flowers waiting patiently to be planted. In the meantime, I have been trying to pick out carpet … Continue reading

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The Dame

The burning of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral made for a very sad day. When I saw the spire topple, my breath stopped. My sadness was the same I feel when anything beautiful is broken, defaced, or left to ruin. … Continue reading

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Change

My feelings about being in my mother’s house changed this last trip. I don’t know if it is because the house is beginning to resemble the home I remember from my and my children’s childhood, inviting and pretty and not … Continue reading

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Humanity

The progress was slow and my foot hurt. Can I whine a little more? Actually, I can point to several things that got accomplished on this latest trip to my mother’s home, 14 boxes of old paper records taken to … Continue reading

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Happy St. Pat’s

Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Sadly, there is no sparkly green parade in our town this year. Though this picture from Penny’s portfolio was unfinished, it’s all there. One of my children’s in-laws has recently been moved to Hospice. My first … Continue reading

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SnowBird

There is an oxymoronic twist to attaining the age of sixty-five. A person is then eligible for Medicare, which greatly reduces the monthly health insurance expenses – WONDERFUL – but it also means you are NOW sixty-five! Yikes. It’s a … Continue reading

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