Monthly Archives: June 2012

one week

You might spend your days sifting through the sad details of how they died, but when the day is done you  simply miss them. You can remember the good times, and even smile perhaps laugh.  But when the laughter fades … Continue reading

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investments

Dear Son, Some days I have to paddle really hard and some days I just float.  These are tough days.  I feel like I have rebounded back to the time just after your accident again.  I have a hard time … Continue reading

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Anniversaries

June is halfway through.  I am remembering an anniversary with my son, a storm that took down trees and a hike in Panthertown.  They are good memories. There is inherent loneliness in intense grief.  There is a feeling that no … Continue reading

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