The end of winter

We were inundated, once again, with winter weather advisories this last week in Minnesota. A snow storm on Monday and another on Saturday brought icy roads and fresh, deep snow, much to the delight of children. The children's sledding anticipation ran high, while the adults' grumbled expectantly, shovel in hand. My Facebook newsfeed resounded with... Continue Reading →



Life after loss is, well, a lot of things. The loss of a loved one is often compared to an amputation. The death of a loved one is permanent. There is no re-growth of a limb. Of late, however, I've described child loss akin to a house fire where one's house is literally burnt to... Continue Reading →

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