Monthly Archives: June 2020

Shovels of Dirt

Today is the day. It is December 1, 2007-- the funeral is today. Yesterday was the wake. I stood there, still in shock. I am still in shock now. I listened as people talked. It was a blur. Later, I will process the words said...but then (as now), shock and numbness are my companions. I…
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Quarantined with Grief as Your Partner – Fighting Depression

Originally, we were going to publish this last week but with all the chaos in the world, we just couldn’t find the words to write. For the first time, it was truly a struggle for us to find the words. So, here is our delayed blog. Being quarantined is hard enough. Add grief to the…
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