Tag Archives: grief

Where I belong

Surely it was for my benefit that I suffered such anguish. In your love you kept me from the pit of destruction; you have put all my sins behind your back.  Isaiah 38:17 I didn’t plan to marry a man … Continue reading

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The drama we step in

Yesterday morning, IF my husband hadn’t caused that drama, I imagine what would have happened would have been a normal conversation later, the kind of communication that seeks to avoid it happening again.  My best guess is that his getting … Continue reading

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A hawk killed our cat

I thought I better just stick the worst of it in the topic heading, so anyone has fair warning.  On Tuesday night, both Tiger and Princess came in for the evening sardines and kibble.  They looked great, purring and munching, … Continue reading

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Life circles

Little did I know as I was writing about my oldest son’s health issues bringing him home, that I was about to get a call from the high school my youngest son attends.  I’m still in the throes of grief … Continue reading

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