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If there is one issue that can create division, and even anger, in a room full of widows and widowers, it’s the topic of dating after the...Comments
“I might explode! I don’t think I’ve ever been this angry, not even close!” Mandy said, staring out the window with her hands on her hips.
“How could this happen? Out of all the streets,...Comments
Did you know that widows feel shame?
Did you know that widowers feel shame?
I just realized this.
As I was driving to hospice bereavement last week it hit me like a ton of bricks.
Sometimes when I speak about Michelle, I feel shame.
And many times I do not speak about Michelle when I...Comments
For all those who post or blog about their late loved one. For all those who post or blog about their loss.
For all those who talk about their late loved one. For all those who talk about their loss.
This is why we talk about them.
**Hint: It is NOT for...Comments
Hold on to all the times we had
In life that made you smile
Hold on to all the memories
That made our lives worth while
Hold on to all of our sweet love...
And dreams that we once shared
Hold on to our amazing...
Your life learning lessons are cherished and earned
I'm forever grateful you taught me not to get burned
From age three, I watched you and learned a lot about life
I'll cherish those grandpa so I don't get cut by sharp edge knife
I won't ever let anyone treat me less than best
Thank you grandpa for all you taught me
Now it's time for you to Rest