Grief Revisited… 12 years later

A little over 12 years ago, I read the CS Lewis book “A Grief Observed” for the first time. It was March and my husband and I went away for a few nights. My brother Chris had been very sick for a while and there was nothing to be done. After a life full of… Continue reading Grief Revisited… 12 years later


Honoring Laurie

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since my Aunt Laurie’s death. Since then, we have taken to not answering our home phone as the only people who tend to call it are telemarketers. For months after she passed, the ringing of the phone reminded us of our loss. This may sound odd, but… Continue reading Honoring Laurie


10 years… missing and honoring my brother

I am so blessed to have shared almost 27 years with my brother Chris. As a young child, Chris was mischievous, getting into lots of trouble. Burning his butt on the coal stove, climbing on top of the refrigerator to get to the cookie jar (which he always reminded us had raisins in it!), and… Continue reading 10 years… missing and honoring my brother