Tag Archives: life

Gaining the Summit

I  looked up “survivor’s guilt” to see just what it meant.  There are a list of symptoms that together sound pretty ominous.   I have had a few of those feelings though I think mine are mainly attached to a … Continue reading

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First things first

I remember when I thought I might be pregnant.  I worked in the OB-Gyn Clinic at a large hospital and one of my nurse friends said she would do the pregnancy test.   I was on the phone in my … Continue reading

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A mountain hike

Accepting a challenge.  Why would I ever want to do that?  I think this year has proved challenging enough. Writing every day?  Yes, I am being sarcastic. Fall is here.  The mountains are rapidly turning gold at the tips and … Continue reading

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gifts of life

Emotions are running high today.  The high of being with friends for a few days, the joy of laughter and the closeness of physical presence has dropped.  I am at home with my grief again. Grief tagged along on my weekend … Continue reading

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Unthinkable

There is an illusion we create of the order of things in the world.   We are born, we live, we die.  Childhood is supposed to be carefree and frivolous, puberty full of confusion and angst, teenage years dire and … Continue reading

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