Tag Archive: grief

Monochrome Madness 49

Time for Leanne Cole and Laura Macky’s  Monochrome Madness 49 Thank you so much ladies for such a fun weekly challenge. Do check out all the wonderful monochrome work by everyone My submissions… Continue reading

I’ll be home for Christmas

Sometimes it’s like yesterday, so close, you need only shut your eyes for an instant, whisper Christmas, and you are back.  This is a nostalgic time. Our little house on the hill near… Continue reading

The Road to Awe – in memory of Robin

We never know at the end of the day if we will see another sunset or sunrise, or when we kiss someone goodbye if it will be for the last time. With that… Continue reading

There is a sacredness in sorrow too- as I was told

Thanks so much dear bloggers and friends for your comments, prayers and blessings.  I can’t answer them at the moment but they are appreciated!   And I will be away for a few days.… Continue reading

Our Robin

Late today (the 24th) we received a heavy, devastating burden of news. I’m still processing it yet I felt I had to write something. In memory of our sweet Robin, a friend, a… Continue reading

Remembering that we are not alone- and in memory

Life is about change and loss.  Because I am learning more about Buddhism I am understanding this more, and as I get older I get more philosophical too.   I struggled with whether to post… Continue reading

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