Bench

Over the years, I’ve seen this type of question before and, often, I’d answer the question by mentioning people in history who possessed the courage to change the status quo. I’ve also answered with select family members who came and went before I breathed my first breath. I wanted to know their motivations in life […]

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There have been more than a few memes making its rounds that asks the reader if they could send a letter to their past selves, what would they say? There’s even a book of letters from published authors, actors, and musicians to their teenage selves. This idea is meant to inspire those who are struggling now […]

Gift of Time

The iconic band, The Rolling Stones, mused that time was on their side and The Byrds told us that there’s a time for every purpose. George Carlin had a funny bit about time  (video NSFW) in 1978. Most competitive sports are regulated by time as our lives, of course, are also regulated by time. Time […]

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Where I live, the typical greeting upon seeing someone you know is to ask about their general well-being? The question is almost automatic and is often answered with the same or similar question. Man From Accounting: “Hi, how’s it going?” Woman From HR: “Well, hello. How’ve you been?” Many other English speaking places around the […]

regret

“No space of regret can make amends for one life’s opportunity misused.” – Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol This is the time of year when we begin to think back upon the past twelve months and take stock of where we are today. Some will resolve to make personal changes in their lives on New Year’s Day. […]

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Having begun the slow process of taking inventory of David’s things, from his clothing to his toys, we stumbled across his song book. Apparently, David had been writing songs. One, in which, was titled “Beautiful” and it was supposed to be a Christmas present for one of his friends. He didn’t get any further than […]

Poinsetta

The holidays. A time for family gatherings, gift giving, and binge eating.  The eggnog and wine will flow and the hearths will crackle with love and warmth. The traditions of games, stories, and the excitement that Santa Claus brings (even for the adults) can be a magical time for many. Those who are fortunate will […]

Teryn

Originally posted on Identity Renewed:
After a year of grief, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve also made some mistakes along the way. Today, I jotted down 15 things I wish I’d known about grief when I started my own process. I pass this onto anyone on the journey. 1. You will feel like the world…

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Today is November 10, 2013. It’s been one month since David passed away. It’s been the longest and shortest month of our lives. It’s a strange sensation. On one hand it feels like time is dragging, and on the other, we can’t believe it’s only been a month. After seeing your child everyday for the […]

dancing david

Just a few days shy of one month since David began his new journey, each of us has begun the grieving process in our own way. While some have busied themselves with tasks and to do lists, I have been doing a lot of reading. It’s not surprising to me, really. I read when I’m […]

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