Monthly Archives: December 2011

Holiday Greeting

Hey Kev; It’s been a long day but now I’m sitting here at home unwinding. Today was nice. A lot of people came by and every one of them had one thing in common. They all love you and miss … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions

I’ve been struggling with how to incorporate Kevin into our holiday traditions. I found a mini-video disk a couple of months back. It was from Christmas 2009. It’s all so different now. I guess I sort of expected there to … Continue reading

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Of all the emotions one must deal with when facing the loss of a child, anger may be the most difficult to come to terms with. It is the least acceptable emotion to society. It can be the most destructive … Continue reading

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Fairness has nothing to do with it. This morning an 18-month old girl in my town lost a battle with neuroblastoma. This month I’m preparing to push through my second Christmas without Kevin. Life isn’t, and has never been fair. … Continue reading

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Some days, when I walk, I think. Consider for a moment the resiliency of life. Look around you; note the trees, the insects, the lichen, the weeds, the bushes, the rodents and birds. Try to imagine a “lifeless” place, the … Continue reading

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It’s been almost two weeks since I posted anything. I guess I’ve been in a kind of empty place.  I’ve been struggling to understand it, and I think I put my finger on it this morning.  Nothing about this process … Continue reading

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