Sometimes I visit our local cemetery to think and reflect…no funeral….no genealogy research… no other reason except for putting things into perspective I suppose. I knew more than a few of those laid to rest here. My grandparents, uncles, a … Continue reading
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For the past few days I’ve had so many words that I’ve wanted to put down but know that in doing so, someone might be hurt in some way. The ironic thing is that I had imagined … Continue reading
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Life is short. I’ve become so sensitive to this fact lately. I’ve caught myself breathing the breathtaking moments a little deeper, soaking up the joy a bit longer, and sometimes just so very grateful to be alive and in the … Continue reading
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I love Easter. I always have.Its my favorite holiday. Most people say that Christmas is their favorite holiday and then there are those that just adore Halloween. But, I have always favored Easter for more than several good reasons. First … Continue reading
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I don’t think a day goes by that I don’t miss my grandmother. She passed away years ago, but I haven’t got used to the fact that I cannot go running to sit at her kitchen table and talk to … Continue reading
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Tagged advice, death, friendship, God, granddaughter, grandmother, grief, grieving, heartache, heaven, memories, missing people, photography