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Preface: This was written just over a year ago. I have always liked this piece. For me, it is simple and to the point. When we grieve, we go back and forth between emotions (stages) and we get sort of … Continue reading
Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear. –Ambrose Redmoon There will be few times more terrifying than this. Sometimes the fear is intense and sometimes … Continue reading
I was 25 years old, thought I had my life figured out. I had dreamed of these days since I was young and now, after some hard times and a lot of growing pains, my dreams were coming true. Randy … Continue reading
Pressure to move on. I have two thoughts on this. Thinking back, I think there are external and internal pressures–both very real. I felt like the world was telling me to get over it already. I was still in counseling … Continue reading
It’s been 11 years since Randy died. He died August 18, 2001. It was only four days after his 26th birthday and three days before our son’s 5th birthday. August 2002 marked one year, an anniversary I never expected to … Continue reading