Each loss evokes all losses. We long for permanence, for our children to remain cute and lovable, for our parents to never leave us, and for our loves to always stand by our sides. Life is constant … Continue reading >>
My granddaughter L was collecting red maple leaves on our walk through the neighborhood Sunday morning after she'd spent the night with us. I loved watching her run ahead, searching for a fallen … Continue reading >>
I break rules.
The other day as I approached Mount Avon Cemetery with my corgi, Clementine, another walker was leaving, so I asked her if she had seen the resident fawn that romps through city … Continue reading >>
Nature can help us understand so many things about life.
My eldest child took his own life in the fall of 2011 at age thirty two. As a mother, no matter how many counselors, doctors and friends tell … Continue reading >>