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One year today

It was one year ago – today (figuratively speaking) when my world was turned upside down.  I remember the blood rushing from my head, the feeling of nausea, and words spinning so frantically that nothing was audible.  Well, almost nothing. … Continue reading

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What would you say?

“Why can’t Aimee and Graydon come over tonight, Mom?”  was the challenge my youngest boy, David presented to me this morning.   He had such sadness in his voice as he slouched in the big arm chair, waiting for my … Continue reading

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Today – I am just still

The blank screen stares me in the face. What can I write? To whom shall I write? What do I feel? How do I feel? Today I feel like I am drowning.  I am surrounded by life preservers, but am … Continue reading

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The Quilt that Changed the Game

There is really nothing much left to the imagination now.  I’ve seen it – I’ve read it – I’ve processed it.   Yesterday – I received a copy of the doctor’s report:  Stage IV cancer.  So, what does that change? … Continue reading

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Counting my Blessings

Why am I so blessed?  I listen to the news and images of E-bola and ISIS assault me. Simply by birth location I have been granted a life of peace and security. Simply by birth, I have been granted parents … Continue reading

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