Posts tagged "Grief"

Getting Ready to make Lemonade: Life's Lemons

Getting Ready to make Lemonade: Life's Lemons
This week was supposed to be a very busy week.  We are just a few days out from our much planned vacation.  The lists were made last night with the help of each member of our family.  William’s contribution: light sabers, boogie board, & float.  That should be a fun week at the beach.  Thankfully... Read more »

Finding Joy, Honoring the Crew of the 1432

Finding Joy, Honoring the Crew of the 1432
Time heals all wounds or so the saying goes.  33 years and life events have healed so much of the sorrow but the wound still tends to bleed at unexpected moments.  Quiet moments when my heart overwhelms my mind.  Where life and my former life seem to simply collide.  It might be as simple as... Read more »

Memos from some mad Mommas-Part 2

Memos from some mad Mommas-Part 2
Yesterday we posted the first of a series of letters written by some fierce advocates and dear friends.  The question asked, what would you say to scoliosis if you had the chance?  The letters are cathartic, cleansing and real.  These parents have stuck it to scoliosis.  I will feature a different family and letter until all... Read more »
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Remembery Day...

Today I was given a gift from a group of exceptionally gifted friends, the junior fundraisers in training as my twisted sister, Kelly Johnson, has now coined them.  I spent the past two days with my friend at Holy Rosary Totten Hall pre-school in Evansville,IN kicking off their St. Jude’s Trike-A-Thon.  To date the Holy... Read more »