The Fault in Our Stars: Would YOU like to hear YOUR EULOGY?

[SPOILER ALERT] I have given this some considerable thought. Moreover, I have, in fact, written a eulogy for my grandmother, but, because I was so distraught over her passing and tears usually flow too easily for me anyway, I asked my husband to deliver the eulogy at her funeral. I sat there in the pew... Continue Reading →


Looking for More: Hearts, Love and other Valentine Crap

I admit it; I'm a sucker for Valentine's day. A hopeless romantic, I believe in the ideal. If we stop reaching for what is possible, then there isn't a point, right? Perhaps it's because I have a Valentine that I feel this way. In fact, I've had a Valentine since I was sixteen years old.... Continue Reading →

UM: Sunshine

I touched my cheek to hers to feel the softness of her skin just the way I had so many dozens of times since her birth, nearly two weeks ago. Heat radiated from her young flesh. It was too warm for her little body. I knew.                 We drove through the dark of night. “Don’t... Continue Reading →


7 Stages of Love

I did not write this... I came upon it on the Live, Laugh, Love FB Page (link on blogroll) of which I am a subscriber. I've read it over and over again trying  to figure out where I am in all of this. I think I know, but it's fluid-- on a good day, I'm at... Continue Reading →


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