I have been sharing my recent loss. Some may wonder why or may find it too difficult to touch. Yet, touch it you must. One day, you will have no choice but to do so. One day, it will be your turn to be the one who's fine one day only to find your world... Continue Reading →

One Last. . .

I met DH on a Trailways bus. We were both college students and were coming up to Denver to then go to our respective homes for the holidays. We talked for hours on the long bus ride. Once we got to Denver, we each had a layover, so we went to Woolworth's where he bought... Continue Reading →

The Roller Coaster

I went from being angry to feeling better and even feeling happy. Then the next day, I woke up crying. I managed to get through the workday, grateful that it was a day I worked from home. But by the end of the day, I was exhausted. An hour-nap later, I woke up refreshed like... Continue Reading →

Good Days and Bad Days

The thing with grief is that there are good days and bad days. Indeed, sometimes it comes so fast that there is a good moment and a bad moment followed by good moment. It's the type of roller coaster ride that leaves you dizzy and nauseous. Yet, each time you swoop downward, you know you... Continue Reading →

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