Posted on January 14, 2017
This is one of the most beautifully accurate descriptions of grief I have read. For those who need it (or may find comfort from it), I share it here. From Reddit Assistance: Q: My friend just died. I don’t know what to do.
Posted on November 23, 2015
I remember the first Thanksgiving without him. The first real holiday we would gather and my husband of 25 years, and father to our three sons, would not be there. He died almost 5 months before. And I felt nowhere near ready to face a family holiday such as this.
Posted on February 8, 2015
“Grief and suffering don’t care what you endured the month before. They will come again anyway, and expect you to deal with them.” –Michelle Cushatt
Posted on March 29, 2014
I lied on Instagram. OK, maybe it wasn’t a total lie. But it wasn’t the whole truth either. When I posted a photo of the sign pictured here that hangs above the door in my garage,
Posted on September 12, 2012
I read someone else’s deeply honest blog posting last week and I can only imagine the courage it took to let the world in on his struggles. He’s a popular Christian worship leader and speaker and I admire that he shared honestly about his ongoing struggle with depression and anxiety.
Posted on September 7, 2012
As a guest blogger on Dylan Dodson’s blog this week, I shared briefly my story of losing Roger and how one thing I desperately needed was the one very important thing I was so graciously given.
Posted on March 18, 2012
It is Roger’s birthday today. Or it would have been. He would have turned 50 on this day. But you know what? I’m ok today. I am.