These people loved deeply, lived hard, provided for their families, and made a difference in the lives of everyone who knew them. Their families continue here
Archive for the ‘Death Grief and Mourning’ Category
In a social media exchange this week, I was challenged by a gun legislation proponent with this, continue here
October comes and goes, the weather is brisk, and while I know it won’t get terribly cold in Texas, it does signal the beginning of the end of yet another year. And the years are flying by faster and faster.
Both my dad and I keep reading here
Transition: the process or an instance of changing from one form, state, activity, or place to another. Easy? Hardly. And right now, it seems that everyone and everything I know is in some form of transition.
The country – what is happening to us? How long has this transition been going on and keep reading here
My friend Becky is very much aware of this; her precious mother is in that stage of hospice care where pain medications gradually increase and her mother’s presence gradually decreases. The reality of what is soon to be lost looms large on the horizon.
In the face of this coming loss, Becky started a Face Book page where she is uploading favorite family recipes. When Becky visits with her continue reading here