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Time Will Tell


One looks at a painting then shrugs and walks away
some will peer into it's vast extreme
Still another person may stare for a long time
captivated by it's imagery & design...

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...


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


Few of us know the words to say at a time of intense sorrow. I surely don’t!

In the uncomfortable silence when someone’s lost a loved one, have you ever tried to fill the gap with words? Yep, me too. For some reason we’ll attempt to bring sense to a situation that really makes no sense. 

Sometimes there are no words! 

I would like to suggest three words in...



“I feel like a shadow. I’m a fraction of my former self. The days go by, and I hardly notice them. Everything is a foggy blur,” Wendy shared.

Wendy’s son Luke was born with cerebral...



My Amazing Gift

One day God blessed me with the most amazing gift
It was 1995 on Sept. 5th
A Big healthy bundle of joy, my Only Son, my baby boy
As years they passed I loved each one, Each day I had with you my son
You grew into a handsome young man
Your loving gaze, warm embrace. You always wore a smiling face
Tall and strong you grew into, the...


The shock of you being gone has slowly faded

Yet the world it carries on.

But the truth my Son that others cant see,

Is the pain and sorrow that lives in me.

You had a presence that lived in you,

Your smile, your heart, the things you'd do.

The fact your gone, I cant seem to...


I once met a woman who used the word “civilians” to describe those who had not experienced the significant loss of a loved one. The griever, she said, has been in the trenches, endured the battle up close…has seen...


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