Holding onto hope and light through tears

I’ve now lived the equivalent of half his lifetime without him. I no longer remember the intimate details of his life; the memory of his scent, his voice, his walk have faded over the eight years that have passed. Sometimes I even wonder, “Did he really exist?” because it’s been so long since I’ve seen... Continue Reading →

75 things my mother left behind

As promised in my last post, I am following up with a list of 75 things I'm thankful for in memory of my mother who would have celebrated her 75th birthday on Thanksgiving this year. Many of these are things she left behind, things for which I am forever grateful. In no particular order, I... Continue Reading →

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