Posts tagged "grief"
I’ve been to three funerals this year. Sadly, only one was for a man who was buried by his wife, children, grand-children, and great grand-children, a man who had lived a long life; who had seen generations of his family grow and marry, had seen more generations born. Another was for a man who was killed... Read more »
On April 17th I was still reeling from the Boston Marathon bombings, I wasn’t thinking about what was going to happen next. I abhor violence, on television, in the movies. (Tell this to my Walking Dead addiction.) So, when I heard about the explosion in West, Texas I was saddened, but I wasn’t aware of... Read more »
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