Monthly Archives: January 2012

January 16, 2012

In the wake of my son Jack’s death, I was frozen in disbelief, stayed in shock, cried angry tears, pretended that it hadn’t happened, and often sat feeling lost and afraid.  Grief feels a lot like fear.  That’s the way … Continue reading

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Catching up

All but Death, can be Adjusted — Dynasties repaired — Systems — settled in their Sockets — Citadels — dissolved — Wastes of Lives — resown with Colors By Succeeding Springs — Death — unto itself — Exception — Is … Continue reading

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Life goes on

 From The Road Less Traveled Here it is, another year, and you aren’t with me.  I didn’t realize what life would be like without you.  The first year after you died, I was like a zombie. I didn’t notice anything … Continue reading

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