Monthly Archives: May 2011

A piece to read…

If you haven’t seen this blog entry, written by Today show editor, Sara Pines, here’s your chance. Beautifully written, touching without being maudlin, an authentic expression of the emotional challenge of losing a parent to dementia related illness. From the … Continue reading

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Is This Good-Bye?

Pretty sure I’ll still be here tomorrow. Fairly certain I won’t be enduring more agony than discovery of another chin hair, and emptying the cat box. Thinkin’ the rapture was called off on account of life. Doing what it does. … Continue reading

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The Necklace

In the package, a small, dark blue box. She flipped its cover open. A white opal suspended from a delicate golden chain. The expression of a boy man’s affection for a girl playing at being an adult. At the edge … Continue reading

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